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nProtect Warns of Malware Infection through Easter Holiday Emails

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(PRWEB) March 24, 2015

Every Easter malware disguised as greeting card emails and retail advertisements spread throughout the internet. After clicking on links and image files related to Easter on websites and emails, hidden malicious code automatically downloads on users’ systems and steals personal data such as credit card information and passwords.

As the number of mobile and SNS users increase, so have the number of infected computers and mobile devices due to malware. Phishing attacks using fake websites and Smishing via mobile devices to lure unsuspecting users is still the leading cause of malware infection.

nProtect advise users to be cautious during Easter holiday season of suspicious greeting card emails and advertisements as phishing and smishing fraud attacks are highly expected and can lead to personal data loss.

About nProtect, Inc.

Founded in January 2000, nProtect, also known as INCA Internet, is headquartered in San Jose, California and provides online and mobile banking/payment security to financial institutions. Over 100 million endpoint users from more than 1,020 organizations rely on nProtect’s online security solutions to secure their computer and mobile devices against malware, phishing, and number of other security threats while meeting regulatory compliance requirements such as FFIEC Guidance. Global financial institutions such as Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, ING, and HSBC trust and use nProtect security solution.

nProtect was awarded one of the Fastest Growing Companies by Deloitte.

For more information, contact nProtect Inc.

Tel: 408-477-1742

Email: sales(AT)nprotect.com

http://www.nProtect.com

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