Bank of Ann Arbor has confirmed that all of our online banking systems have been tested and are not vulnerable to the security
vulnerability called "Heartbleed." You may continue to use them with confidence. You are always welcome to change your
password which would add an additional layer of protection. If you would like to learn more about this security issue, visit a
website, Heartbleed.com that has been set up by one of the firms who
discovered the bug.
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Bogus community alert on homicide suspect
The same cybergang that was sending alarming emails about people being evicted from their homes, and are to appear in court, have
a new variant of their racket. It's a community "alert" service email coming from purportedly Critical Reach about a homicide
suspect but is bogus.
As you guessed, the email is not from Critical Reach and the attachment does not contain a police bulletin about a homicide
suspect. Instead, the attached zip file contains a malicious executable file.
So far, the emails claim to come from Huntington Park Police in Los Angeles, but you can count on this being adapted to other
areas so don't be surprised if this seems to come from a police station close to where you live.