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Security Update for Internet Banking Users
Protecting customer information and
accounts remains a top priority for Midwest Bank and our business
partners. You may have seen or heard news of the “POODLE”
vulnerability recently in the media. This vulnerability only
affects computers using outdated versions of Microsoft Internet
Explorer and Windows XP software.
Although no customer information has been compromised, Midwest Bank and our internet banking partner implemented updates overnight to our internet banking product. These updates were implemented to protect Midwest Bank customers, their account information and improve security for our users.
This change will only affect customers using Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6 or older on a Microsoft XP Operating System beginning today.
Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6 and
Windows XP Operating System are no longer supported or updated by
Microsoft and present potential security issues for that reason.
These changes will require that customers use
Internet Explorer version 8, 9 or 10 on Windows 7 or
Windows 8 operating systems
to access our internet banking product. If you are using Internet
Explorer version 6 or older and Windows XP Operating System, you
will be required to upgrade your software
before you will be able
to access internet banking information.
It is recommended that customers consult a
computer software service provider/retailer or the store from
which they purchased their computer to assist them with any
changes to their operating system and internet explorer.
Thank you for taking the necessary steps to
help protect your sensitive personal information. Please feel free
to call your local branch with any questions that you may have
regarding this important security update.
Notice of Change in
FDIC Insurance Coverage:Beginning January 1, 2013, all of a depositor's
accounts at an insured depository institution, including all
noninterest-bearing transaction accounts, will be insured by the FDIC up
to the standard maximum deposit insurance amount ($250,000), for each
deposit insurance ownership category. For more information, visit