"Gameover" is a malware which is specifically designed to steal usernames and passwords used when logging to your banking account. This malware is an updated version of it's predecessor called Zeus.As it's previous version "Gameover" is created with only one purpose - target banking accounts information. Recently we have seen a rise in fake email messages which is used to spread this malware. Internet criminals are using such names as NACHA, FDIC, the Federal Reserve etc. When sending their misleading spam emails Internet Criminals are telling unsuspecting computer users that there are issues with their banking account, they include a link in their email messages which supposedly will help to resolve there problems. The truth is that when you click on such link you computer will be infected with a variant of "Gameover" malware which will then start monitoring your banking account login pages and will start sending the collected data to the Internet criminals. In the recent report FBI revealed that Internet criminals are using unsuspecting people to cash out their stolen money. The scheme involves people who are searching for job. Internet criminals are hiring such people telling them to send money which they receive to their banking accounts overseas. You should be especially cautious when you are given such job proposal - you could be easily involved in an investigation.
What could you do to prevent "Gameover" malware from infecting your PC?
Always use a legitimate, updated antivirus program with a real time computer monitoring function.
Don't click on a links presented in email messages related to financial institutions. (contact your bank directly).
Examples on fake email messages related to financial institutions used to spread "Gameover" malware: