- Bullitt County, Kentucky: $415,000 stolen from the county government bank account by a ZeuS trojan infection. The county was able to recover $105,000 but is still out $310,000. The bank points out that the theft occurred on government computers, not bank computers.
- The Western Beaver School District in Pennsylvania had $704,610.35 in school funds transfered out of its bank account to 42 other accounts as far away as Puerto Rico by a virus on a Western Beaver computer system. The bank was able to reverse $263,413.34 of the transfers, leaving the school district with a $441,197.01 loss. The school district is suing the bank to recover the full amount plus interest.
- Slack Auto Parts in Gainesville, GA lost almost $75,000 due to fraudulent transfers of funds from its commercial bank account by a Clampi trojan. Once again, the victim was able to get back $14,000 but is still missing over $60,000.
- Block keyloggers: stops crimeware keyloggers from stealing usernames, passwords and other account information
- Blocks screenshots: Prevents crimeware from taking "snaphots" of web pages that display bank account balances and other sensitive details
- Secure DNS: Provides its own secure DNS lookups to stop DNS-changing crimeware from sending you to fake banking sites that steal your account credentials.
- High-tech Protection: Stops code injection attacks that can snoop on banking session even when they are protected by the familiar "HTTPS" and lock icon appearing in the browser.
- Browser Security: Prevents malicious browser plugins from infiltrating the browser and performing real-time fraudulent bank transactions.
September 15, 2009: Replaced links to news stories with new, non-broken links