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Arts and crafts retailer Michaels has now confirmed its stores were hit by a data breach that potentially compromised account information for 3 million payment cards.
Over the past few days Community First Bank has conducted an extensive review of 42 internal and external assets and resources that could potentially be affected by the Heartbleed vulnerability. All assets and resources were verified NOT to be affected or have been mitigated at this time.
The Heartbleed Bug is an encryption flaw affecting the Internet and is a security threat to your passwords and other information. The bug has affected many popular websites and services and could have exposed your sensitive account information, such as passwords and credit card numbers.
We have been made aware of a phone scam active in our service area. This scam involves a phone call from someone claiming to be a computer technician. The phony technician indicates there are problems with the victim's computer that require immediate attention.
Target Breach: 70 Million Affected
Attack Compromised E-Mail Addresses, Other PII
Community First Bank puts you first when it comes to securing your financial information. Since the Target breach, CFB was proactive in contacting all affected card holders via telephone in an attempt to notify victims of the breach.
Target confirmed that up to 40 million customers' credit and debit cards could be affected by a massive security breach after thieves gained access to private card information used at its stores from November 27 – December 15, 2013.
We have been made aware of phishing emails that may currently be circulating. If you receive one of these emails do NOT click on any links within the document. It is recommended that you permanently delete the email. Following are brief descriptions of these fraudulent communications.