The recently identified Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This vulnerability allows hackers to steal information protected under normal conditions by SSL/TLS encryption used to secure many of the internet's popular web applications. At the time of its discovery, an estimated 66% of the Internet's web applications were susceptible to Heartbleed, a vulnerability which has existed in the implementation of OpenSSL for 2 years.
Here at the Bank of Gravett, to ensure your protection and ours, we have downloaded and applied the patches to our servers and the company that our website is hosted with has done the same. We have also rekeyed our SSL certificates as an extra security measure.
Please take a look at the link below to help keep yourself from getting scammed and change your password on the affected sites.
FAKE TEXT MESSAGE
If you receive a text message stating that it is from VISA regarding suspicious transactions on your debit card, this is a phising attempt. DO NOT RESPOND. Delete the message from your phone. If you have received a text and already responded, please call 479-787-5251 immediately.