Company BancoEstado about social networks these days circulating fake emails.
Email indicates that "For security reasons, we have blocked your access code for online banks and your Transfer Key to work on the Internet. This blockage is linked to a preventive measure adopted by the Bank, so it is necessary to approve the data.
BancoEstado warns its customers that it is attempted fraud and if you receive an email, you must follow it.
Watch here! If you receive an email with a message that your account has been suspended and the link ignores it, it is an attempt to fraud#QueATiNoTePase. Learn more at https://t.co/ScctAeXF8O pic.twitter.com/KqxGItzWH2
– BancoEstado (@BancoEstado) January 29, 2019
At the same time, specify it from your bank in your email they never send links. "Smart emails, phishing, contain links that lead to pages that steal your keys," they say.
To ensure greater user security, BancoEstado provides the following three tips:
- Don't use your online bank from shared computers, cybercrime, or public wireless networks, as they may contain viruses that capture key and user data.
- The BancoEstado emails are personalized with your name.· If you receive emails with alarming messages from people or institutions with whom you have no links, and include files, videos, or documents, don't open, save, or download them as this is a strategy that criminals use to contaminate a computer software
- Use antivirus software and efficient Antispyware on your computer, worry about being active and always up to date. Always activate a firewall or firewall.