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CONFIRMED HOME DEPOT BREACH
April 10, 2014
On April 8, 2014, the National Cyber Awareness System announced the discovery of a "security bug" (named Heartbleed) within the widely used web encryption technology referred to as “OpenSSL.” PLEASE BE ADVISED, Texas Bank and Trust conducts ongoing monitoring of all of our systems and websites to determine if there are any known vulnerabilities, which includes the recently announced Heartbleed Bug. NO known vulnerabilities to this bug exist on TB&T systems at this time. We will continue to review all of our systems to ensure that we are protected against any potential threats or vulnerabilities. As an additional validation, Texas Bank and Trust has enlisted our security auditors to test our third-party vendors and our systems to verify that NO known vulnerabilities to the Heartbleed bug exist on sites used or hosted by us. If you are concerned about such a vulnerability, Texas Bank and Trust recommends as a best practice that you change your IDs/passwords for any financial or credit card website.
Should you have any additional questions or concerns about our systems, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or 903.237.1881.