Anti-Virus Software: Are you using it?
If you own or use a computer, I'm sure you've heard about Anti-Virus software at least once (hopefully!). But, the real question is, are you using it? You should be! Any device that connects to the internet needs some sort of Anti-Virus/Anti-Malware software installed, set up, and running to protect you from all of the nevarious cyber criminals out there.
The link below is for an article and simple guide on how to install and use free Anti-Virus software for beginners. It is definitely worth a read.
HOW TO INSTALL FREE, EFFECTIVE ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE (FOR BEGINNERS) - LIFEHACKER
As some of you have noticed, when clicking on the new link to log into your Internet Banking (at the top of the page, click on "Internet Banking" and the links for several of our products are on the page that follows), you are first presented with a page that states a warning that looks like the following:
External Link Notice
You have selected a link that is going to navigate you away from our domain.
We are not responsible for and have not control over the content or subject matter of this link.
Continue or Go Back
Several of our customers have called with concerns over the wording of this message. Let us put your mind at ease.
This warning is mandatory for most financial institutions providing Internet Banking services to their customers. With the rise of so many cyber security threats in the past few years, we are required by law to post a warning about the sensitivity of your financial information being available over the Internet. Please do not fear using Internet Banking. In order to protect you, our loyal customers, we use every precaution available to maintain the security of our website and Internet Banking. Your privacy is very important to us and we value your input. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call 618.687.1711 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Google Chrome and E-Statements
Customers that use Google Chrome browser are reporting issues printing images on their E-Statements accessed through eSafe. The images are printing as black boxes. This is a functionality associated with Google Chrome and we cannot change this feature.
If you use Google Chrome and have experienced this issue, you should save the statement to your computer and then open the statement with a PDF viewer, such as Adobe. The statemetn should print without error.
Microsoft has announced that on April 8, 2014, they will no longer support Windows XP operating system. If you are currently using Windows XP, Microsoft recommends upgrading to a newer, supported operating system, such as Windows 7 or Windows 8, in order to ensure access to the latest security updates and patches they provide. For more information, please visit Microsoft's Website for the latest.