The FBI is aware of a new type of malware known as Beta Bot. Cyber criminals use Beta Bot to target financial institutions, e-commerce sites, online payment platforms, and social networking sites to steal sensitive data such as log-in credentials and financial information. Beta Bot blocks computer users’ access to security websites and disables anti-virus programs, leaving computers vulnerable to compromise.
Beta Bot infection vectors include an illegitimate but official looking Microsoft Windows message box named “User Account Control” that requests a user’s permission to allow the “Windows Command Processor” to modify the user’s computer settings. If the user complies with the request, the hackers are able to exfiltrate data from the computer. Beta Bot is also spread via USB thumb drives or online via Skype, where it redirects the user to compromised websites.
Figure 1, Beta Bot “Windows Command Process” message box
Although Beta Box masquerades as the “User Account Control” message box, it is also able to perform modifications to a user’s computer. If the above pop-up message or a similar prompt appears on your computer and you did not request it or are not making modifications to your system’s configuration, do not authorize “Windows Command Processor” to make any changes.
Remediation strategies for Beta Bot infection include running a full system scan with up-to-date anti-virus software on the infected computer. If Beta Bot blocks access to security sites, download the latest anti-virus updates or a whole new anti-virus program onto an uninfected computer, save it to a USB drive and load and run it on the infected computer. It is advisable to subsequently re-format the USB drive to remove any traces of the malware.
We’re very excited to announce the newest feature within our smart phone app… Mobile Deposit!
That’s right, you can deposit checks simply by taking a picture of the check! Submit deposits to your account after hours, on the go, when you’re out of town… ANYWHERE! It’s so easy. Sign up today and see!
For more details about the program, or to sign up, visit our website.
For complete details about processing visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Yesterday, we held a ribbon cutting ceremony to formally announce the grand opening of our newest bank branch located in the Walmart Supercenter on Wanamaker Road in Topeka, KS!
Bank employees, guests, and Topeka Chamber of Commerce representatives were in attendance for the ceremony. Marsha Sheahan, Vice President of Public Relations, offered welcome remarks and introduced Central National Bank representatives for their comments.
“Our bank values our partnership with Walmart and is proud to offer customers such a convenient option for banking services,” said Ed C. Rolfs, Central National Bank Chief Executive Officer. “We are committed to Topeka and really enjoy our customers here and this community.”
We operate in-store bank locations in six Walmart stores across Kansas. The new Topeka Walmart location is a full service banking location and is open seven days a week. The branch is equipped with a Smart ATM, enabling customers to make deposits and withdraw cash after hours.
“Our team is thrilled to be here and open for business,” said John Legg, Branch Manager. “We have exciting grand opening specials and encourage everyone to stop in and visit our new branch.”
The Topeka Walmart branch will be open Monday-Friday from 10:00am to 7:00pm, Saturdays from 9:00am to 4:00pm and Sundays from Noon to 4:00pm.