|25th April, 2015
thank you for your patience during the implementation of the latest
version of our internet banking application. Komerční banka is
significantly improving the system of security when logging in and
sending transactions, because the protection of your finances is a
priority for us. To increase the comfort and speed up working with
MojeBanka Internet banking, log in and SMS authorization codes will
newly have 6 characters and may not always be required. At the same
time we continue to recommend install and use a tool to protect
your computer, Trusteer
We believe that you will also appreciate new features
in MojeBanka Internet banking.
We would like to inform you that from 25th April, 2015 new Terms and
Conditions of the Provision and Use of Direct Banking, Notice on
the Payment System came into effect.
|3rd March, 2015
we are currently facing a phishing email attack directing KB
clients in order to steal internet banking log-in credentials,
which are used to steal your money.
We strongly warn you from clicking any hyperlinks and entering
any log-in credentials. KB emails will never ask you by any means
for your personal information such as log-in credentials, PINs,
Example of an fraudulent email: here.
We strongly advice you not to open any emails from an unknown
In case you have received such email or any other suspicious email
and opened it, clicked on the link mentioned in such email, please
contact immediately our telephone service for internet banking 955
551 556 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recommend to follow our security recommendations stated in Ten Rules of
Security on KB websites.
|26th February, 2015
We have encountered fraudulent emails with the intent of installing
malicious program (malware) into the recipient’s computer.
The fraudulent email looks like that the fraudsters acquired
recipient’s sensitive materials. Instead of proclaimed sensitive
materials the attachment contains a fraudulent program (malware),
which is installed into the recipient’s computer after
We strongly warn you from opening any emails or attachments,
usually with the suffix .exe or .zip, from unknown source.
You will find an example of a fraudulent email here.
We strongly recommend to follow our security recommendations stated
in Ten Rules of
Security at KB website. In case you have received such email
or other suspicious email and opened it, or used an included link
or attachment, please contact immediately our internet banking
support at 955 551 556.
|9th February, 2015
|IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
we have encountered fraudulent activity towards KB clients.
A pop-up window appears after logging into the internet banking
application MojeBanka / MojeBanka Business, where a telephone
number is requested for installing a malware (fraudulent software)
into the client’s telephone.
Do not answer and fill in your number, otherwise it leads to
installing a malware programs into your telephone.
You will find an example of a pop-up window here.
In case you encounter such activity in your internet banking
application MojeBanka / MojeBanka Business, please contact
immediately our telephone service for internet banking 955 551