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This week, the Bank of America revealed that personal data of some of its customers may have been exposed when they uploaded their Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan application to the bank’s testing platform. According to a notification letter filed with the California Attorney General’s Office, “on April 22, the Bank uploaded some clients’ loan […]

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Phishers are once again targeting Bank of America customers, warns Malwarebytes’ Chris Boyd. He doesn’t say it, but it’s likely that the potential victims are directed to the phishing site via spam email impersonating the bank and telling them their online banking option has been deactivated due to suspicious activity. The link leads to a […]

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Iulian Schiopu, of Craiova, Romania, was sentenced to serve 45 months in a federal prison for his involvement in a phishing scheme perpetrated against customers of multiple American banks in June 2005. He was part of a group of 19 Romanian nationals that targeted financial institutions and companies, such as Citibank, Capital One, Bank of […]

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