Security Center

Our Security Center is full of helpful information about protecting the security of your accounts, personal information, home computer, and your identity.

Headline News

CoreBot is a new InfoStealer malware

You may be hearing about the CoreBot malware in the news. As with any security issue, your security is our top priority. In order to minimize risk to CoreBot and other forms of malware, we recommend standard security best practices for all devices you use to access digital banking. These best practices include: Up-to-date malware (endpoint) protection software in addition to anti-virus software. Use a firewall when entering personal information. Use different passwords for each system/website accessed. Disabling AutoPlay to prevent the automatic launching of executable files. Do not open attachments unless you expect them.

Samsung Swiftkey Vulnerability

If you use a Samsung Galaxy phone, as a security best practice, we recommend that your device is configured to automatically receive the security update from Samsung once it is available. If you have questions about the security update, you should contact your carrier. We also recommend that you minimize the use of unsecure wireless networks for private information such as mobile banking until the security update is available.

Logjam Vulnerability

Your security is our top priority. Our online banking vendor has confirmed that they are not impacted by Logjam. However, we recommend you follow best practices for safe web surfing including keeping up-to-date on security patches and current versions of your browser on your personal computer.

Carbanak Vulnerability

Carbanak is a spear phishing campaign that downloads malicious code onto a computer when a fraudulent email, infected with Carbanak, is opened by an unwary recipient.  The code allows hackers to gain access to a network with the end goal of extracting money from the financial institution.
 
Your security is our top priority. We have system and network monitoring practices and procedures in place to help protect against these types of vulnerabilities. We encourage you to follow cyber-safe practices on your own computers.
 
  • Do not respond to emails (or open attachments) that suggest that you must act immediately or that the situation is so urgent that you must take action today or risk legal action. Some examples are notices from a government agency (courts, IRS, etc.) and shipment notices or invoices for things you haven't purchased. These types of emails are often the source of virus and worm infections.
  • Keep virus software current on every computer, especially those you use to conduct financial transactions over the Internet.
  • Keep computers patched with current Microsoft fixes, especially those you use to conduct financial transactions over the Internet.

 

Keep Your Information Safe

 

What to Look For

EECU Cashier's Checks Used In Secret Shopper Scam

Recently a group of fraudsters have created counterfeit EECU checks and are sending them to unsuspecting consumers.

These checks are fake. If you receive one of these checks, DO NOT CASH or DEPOSIT. 

A sample of a fake check is shown below.

 

Report Online Fraud

Fraudulent emails and websites:

security@myeecu.org

Suspicious online transactions:

(559) 437-7700 or 1-800-538-3328

Report a lost or stolen EECU ATM/Check Card/Visa Credit Card:

Within the United States: 1-800-538-3328; Call collect from outside the US: 1-410-581-9994