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Everything you need to know about the Chase Mobile app

The Chase Mobile app is an all-inclusive platform that provides a centralized way to manage all of your Chase accounts. The app allows owners of any Chase card—credit or debit—to bank from the convenience of their phone in almost any location.

The app is supported by both Android and Apple devices, so you can rest assured that it is constantly being updated and improved for users on both mobile platforms.

The Chase app has a wide range of helpful features, including QuickDeposit, QuickPay, the ability to see a routing number and account number, location services and financial reporting through Today’s Snapshot.

The app is also highly rated by consumers, with 3.4 million ratings and a 4.8/5 ranking on the Apple App store—and for good reason. It offers a wide range of mobile banking services that simplify and speed up on-the-go banking.

Range of services

The Chase app offers a wide range of services, including:

  • QuickDeposit: QuickDeposit allows Chase customers to scan deposit items such as checks and use the images to make deposits electronically. This feature is largely standard in the credit card industry, but its convenience certainly can’t be overlooked.
  • QuickPay: QuickPay is a popular feature of the Chase app. By using QuickPay, Chase card owners can make person-to-person money transfers in real-time. Use of QuickPay is supported by Zelle, and while it’s primarily used by Chase customers, money can be transferred to people without a Chase account if they sign up with their email address or phone number.
  • Replace your card: If your card is lost or stolen, you can use the app to request a new debit or credit card.
  • Unlock and lock your card: If you’ve lost or misplaced your credit or debit card, you can lock it from your Chase mobile app to prevent purchases or prevent cash advances. If you locate your card, you can unlock it from the app as well.
  • Sign up for overdraft protection: You can apply a setting to your checking account that automatically transfers money from your savings account to your checking account.
  • Autosave: Create a savings goal and track your progress. You can direct automatic transfers to your savings account so that you meet your goal.
  • Credit journey: Enroll into Chase’s credit journey program from the app. Once you enroll, you can check your credit score, monitor your credit activity and learn more about how your credit score works.
  • Set up your budget: Use the budget planner tool to stay within your spending goals. You can turn on “daily pacing”  to help you stay within your budget. You’ll get tips in the app if you are overspending or coming in under budget.
  • Chase First Banking: If you have minors with a Chase First Banking account, you can set up, monitor and perform other actions for their account. Some functions include making transfers, setting up a recurring allowance, creating chores and accessing account services.
  • Chase Offers: Add offers connected to your Chase credit card and check the amount you’ve earned to date. Chase Offers can give you cash back at various retailers.
  • Chase Ultimate Rewards: Check your Ultimate Rewards balance, access the Ultimate Rewards portal, check card benefits, transfer to travel partners and more.
  • Send a wire transfer: Save money by sending a domestic wire transfer directly from your Chase app.
  • Location features: The location feature within the Chase app saves you the trouble of having to exit your app to search for directions online. Through the app card owners can locate the nearest ATM or Chase branch in their area.
  • Today’s Snapshot: One of the most interesting and unique features of the Chase app is a category that can be found at the top of the main page called “Today’s Snapshot.” This section of the app shows not only your daily spending habits but also helps you see your overall spending trends by breaking down your monthly spending into categories such as food, entertainment and gas.
  • Management of car loans, mortgage and investments: The convenience and accessibility of the Chase app are further highlighted by the features that allow you to manage your car loan, mortgage and investments all from one application. These features won’t be used by all Chase card owners, but if they apply to you, you can make your finances more streamlined through one all-inclusive portal.

Navigation

Navigating the Chase app offers a user-friendly experience that is simple once you understand the main features and overall layout.

When you open the app, you are first brought to the main menu that shows all your active Chase accounts. Your checking account, credit card balance, car loan and investments are clearly visible, and if you click on any of the aforementioned categories, you will be taken to the individual page with more information.

Off the main menu, you can also find Today’s Snapshot, which helps Chase card owners easily track their spending habits.

The “nav menu” on the left hand side of the app is the second main interface for navigating the Chase app. From the nav menu, you can find QuickPay, QuickDeposit, Chase Offers, location services, account security and links to the pages that can be found on the main portal.

Perhaps one of the most common questions for anyone with a credit card or debit card is “How do I find my routing number?” With the Chase app, finding your account and routing number is simple. From the main profile, you simply tap on the section labeled “account.” From there, you click on “show details,” and then you can see your account number, routing number and interest rates.

Security

Security is an important factor to any credit card owner and it is specifically important when considering a portal that will house your entire financial portfolio.

The Chase app is protected by a 128-bit encryption for all of your personal account information, data and messages. This information can only be decrypted by the app on your phone—keeping it safe from potential hacks and information breaches.

Chase also uses two-factor authentication to verify your sign-in attempts. When you sign in for the first time or with a device the Chase servers don’t recognize, it’ll ask you for your username, password and a temporary identification code, which is sent to you by phone, email or text message. Once you enter in the identification code, you’ll be securely signed in to your accounts.

Finally, if your phone uses facial recognition (Face ID for iOS and face unlock for Android) to authenticate your sign-on attempts, then you can use this feature to access your Chase accounts on the mobile banking app instead of a password. If your phone doesn’t have facial recognition capabilities—or you just don’t want to use the feature—then a standard password can be used.

How can I get the most out of my Chase mobile banking app?

The best way to use your Chase mobile banking app is to check it frequently for updates regarding your accounts. The app will help you monitor your Chase accounts for both security purposes and to maintain good financial habits when it comes to managing your money.

You should keep the app updated so that you have access to new features and fixes that the development team is constantly rolling out.

Lastly, the performance of the app is much better when you are connected to a strong Wi-Fi signal. If not, many pages may load slowly or not display at all. This can make for an extremely frustrating user experience.

If you ever experience problems with the app, check your Wi-Fi signal, close and reopen the app or check for updates. You can also uninstall the app and reinstall it.

If it still doesn’t work for you, you can contact the internet banking support group via phone or visit a local Chase branch, where a personal banker may be able to troubleshoot your app issues.

Bankrate’s take

The Chase Mobile app is a well-organized platform whose primary selling points are its ease of use and convenience for card owners.

What sets the Chase app apart from the crowd are features such as Today’s Snapshot and Chase QuickPay. While neither of these features alone is a singularity within the online banking market, Today’s Snapshot does what you would normally need a separate application (such as Mint or Expensify) to achieve.

Along these lines, Chase’s person-to-person payment platform QuickPay is also not alone in the market of transferring money—popular apps such as Venmo and Cash App have a similar structure—but its benefit comes in the form of convenience.

At the end of the day, is the Chase Mobile app going to change your life? Probably not. What it will do is serve as a streamlined app that makes banking and managing your money a simpler and more user-friendly experience.

Источник: https://www.bankrate.com/finance/credit-cards/guide-to-chase-mobile-app/

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Co-authored with Niels Croese (SfyLabs) and Lukas Stefanko (ESET)

Recently, the mobile threat intelligence team at Avast collaborated with researchers at ESET and SfyLabs to examine a new version of BankBot, a piece of mobile banking malware that has snuck into Google Play on numerous occasions this year, targeting apps of large banks including WellsFargo, Chase, DiBa and Citibank and their users in the U.S., Australia, Germany, Netherlands, France, Poland, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Greece, Russia, Dominican Republic, Singapore and Philippines.

The new version of BankBot has been hiding in apps that pose as supposedly trustworthy flashlight apps, tricking users into downloading them, in a first campaign. In a second campaign,  the solitaire games and a cleaner app have been dropping additional kinds of malware besides BankBot, called Mazar and Red Alert (Mazar was recently described by ESET and we won’t dive into the details here). However, instead of bringing light, joy and convenience into their users’ lives, the dark intention of these apps has been to spy on users, collect their bank login details and steal their money.

Google previously removed older versions of BankBot-carrying apps from the Play Store within days. However, several versions remained active until November 17th. This was long enough for the apps to infect thousands of users.

Google has scanning and vetting measures in place for all apps submitted to the Play Store to ensure no malicious programs enter. But in their latest campaigns, authors of mobile banking trojans have started to use special techniques to circumvent Google’s automated detections, commencing malicious activities two hours after the user gave device administrator rights to the app. Also, they published the apps under different developer names which is a common technique used to circumvent Google’s checks.

The malicious activities include the installation of a fake user interface that’s laid over the clean banking app when it’s opened by the user. As soon as the user’s bank details are entered they are collected by the criminal. In some countries, banks use transaction authentication numbers (TANs), a form of two-factor authentication required to conduct online transfers often used by European banks. The authors of BankBot intercept their victims’ text message that includes the mobile TAN, allowing them to carry out bank transfers on the user's behalf.

This malware shows similarities with the kind Trend Micro blogged about in September.

BankBot - Technical description

We spotted the first sample of the new BankBot malware version in Google Play on October 13, 2017. It was hidden in the “Tornado FlashLight” (com.andrtorn.app) and later appeared in the “Lamp For DarkNess” and “Sea FlashLight” apps.

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The sample runs undetected without altering the performance or functionality of the flash lights.

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The flashlight apps including the BankBot malware
really did have flashlight functionalities

In late October and November, a smartphone cleaning app and multiple Solitaire gaming apps appeared with the malware embedded, for the aforementioned second campaign. 

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Infected Solitaire gaming app from the second wave

As soon as these apps are downloaded, the malware activates. It checks what applications are installed on the infected device against a hard coded, pre-computed SHA1 list of 160 mobile apps. The package names are hashed, and therefore we’ve only been able to identify 132 of them. This list includes apps from Wells Fargo and Chase in the U.S., Credit Agricole in France, Santander in Spain, Commerzbank in Germany and many others from around the world. You can find a full list of targeted apps at the end of this post.

If the malware is able to identify one or more apps from the SHA1 list installed on the phone, it initiates a ‘service’ - an expression used for an Android application component that can perform long-running operations in the background. The service includes a dropper functionality that allows it to download another application from a webserver in order to install it on the device.

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Comparison of the old and new BankBot version: The new variant first downloads/drops the payload from an external source

The malware communicates with its Command and Control (C&C) server through Google’s Firebase service in order to hide and use encrypted communication:

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The malware also runs the same check when the device is booted. If it discovers one of the apps on the device, the service will launch.

Once launched, the service will try to trick the victim into giving the app admin rights by pretending to be a Play Store (or system) update using a similar icon and package name:

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Dropped app imitating the Google design

Two hours after obtaining admin rights the malware will start downloading its payload, the BankBot APK (com.vdn.market.plugin.upd). We believe the cyber criminals use this two hour window to evade Google’s checks. This is the same for all dropper samples and each time the BankBot APK is downloaded from hxxp://138.201.166.31/kjsdf.tmp:

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Once the payload is downloaded from the C&C server, the malware tries to install the APK using the standard Android installation mechanism for applications hosted outside the Google Play store. This requires the smartphone to be set up to accept installations from unknown sources. If this is not enabled, Android will display an error and the installation will terminate.

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Otherwise, the user is asked to accept in order to continue the installation.

Unlike this newer version of BankBot, droppers from previous campaigns were far more sophisticated. They applied techniques such as performing clicks in the background via an Accessibility Service to enable the installation from unknown sources. Google blocked this service for all applications this fall, except those designed to provide services for the blind. Therefore, the new BankBot version cannot utilize this mechanism any more.

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The name and icon of the package to install the malware tries to make the user think it is a Google Play update. Once the installation has finished, the new APK will also request device admin rights.

The dropped APK checks for different indicators on whether it's running inside an emulator or directly on the device. These anti-sandbox checks can help the malware bypass or delay detections from different antivirus engines:

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When the user opens one of the aforementioned banking apps, the dropped app is activated and creates an overlay on top of the genuine banking app. The Avast Threat Labs tested this mechanism with the app of the local Czech Airbank. In the video below, you can see how an overlay is created within milliseconds. When the user enters their bank details, they are sent to the cyber criminal.   


Text message stealing function

Many banks use two-factor-authentication methods to ensure a transaction is secure and initiated only by the bank’s customer. BankBot includes a functionality that allows it to steal text messages, so if the mobile transaction number (mTAN) is sent to the customer’s phone, the cyber criminals behind BankBot can access it and use it to transfer money to their own accounts.

The malware is not active in the Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. This is most likely to protect the cyber criminals from receiving unwanted attention from law enforcement authorities in these countries.

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Interestingly enough, even though the dropper apps that appeared in early October have been removed from Google Play, they were not detected by Play Protect which allowed them to enter the Play store in the first place. The same applies for the malware that is dropped by the dropper.

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 Infected Solitaire gaming app from the second waveFrom the second wave

How you can protect yourself from mobile banking Trojans:

We recommend users take the following steps to protect themselves from mobile banking Trojans:

  • Confirm that the app you are using is a verified banking app. If the interface looks unfamiliar or odd, double-check with the bank’s customer service team
  • Use two-factor authentication if your bank offers it as an option.
  • Only rely on trusted app stores, such as Google Play or Apple’s App Store. Even though the malware slipped into Google Play, its payload was downloaded from an external source. If you deactivate the option to download apps from other sources, you will be safe from this type of banking trojan activating on your phone
  • Before downloading a new app, check its user ratings. If other users are complaining about a bad user experience, it might be an app to avoid
  • Pay attention to the permissions an app requests. If a flashlight app requests access to your contacts, photos and media files, treat this as a red flag.
  • Often, malware will ask to become device administrator to get control over your device. Don’t give this permission to an app unless you know this really is necessary for an app to work.Use a security app like Avast Mobile Security or AVG Antivirus for Android that detects and protects you from BankBot

IOC 

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Samples in Play Store

First Campaign

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Payload Downloaded

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Second Campaign

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Payload Downloaded

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Hosts

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Control Panel

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Targeted Apps

ar.nbad.emobile.android.mobilebank

at.bawag.mbanking

at.spardat.bcrmobile

at.spardat.netbanking

au.com.bankwest.mobile

au.com.cua.mb

au.com.ingdirect.android

au.com.nab.mobile

au.com.newcastlepermanent

au.com.suncorp.SuncorpBank

ch.raiffeisen.android

com.EurobankEFG

com.adcb.bank

com.adib.mbs

com.advantage.RaiffeisenBank

com.akbank.android.apps.akbank_direkt

com.anz.SingaporeDigitalBanking

com.bankaustria.android.olb

com.bankofqueensland.boq

com.barclays.ke.mobile.android.ui

com.bbva.bbvacontigo

com.bbva.netcash

com.bendigobank.mobile

com.bmo.mobile

com.caisseepargne.android.mobilebanking

com.cajamar.Cajamar

com.cbd.mobile

com.chase.sig.android

com.cibc.android.mobi

com.citibank.mobile.au

com.clairmail.fth

com.cm_prod.bad

com.comarch.mobile

com.comarch.mobile.banking.bnpparibas

com.commbank.netbank

com.csam.icici.bank.imobile

com.csg.cs.dnmb

com.db.mm.deutschebank

com.db.mm.norisbank

com.dib.app

com.finansbank.mobile.cepsube

com.finanteq.finance.ca

com.garanti.cepsubesi

com.getingroup.mobilebanking

com.htsu.hsbcpersonalbanking

com.imb.banking2

com.infonow.bofa

com.ing.diba.mbbr2

com.ing.mobile

com.isis_papyrus.raiffeisen_pay_eyewdg

com.konylabs.capitalone

com.mobileloft.alpha.droid

com.moneybookers.skrillpayments

com.moneybookers.skrillpayments.neteller

com.palatine.android.mobilebanking.prod

com.pozitron.iscep

com.rak

com.rsi

com.sbi.SBIFreedomPlus

com.scb.breezebanking.hk

com.snapwork.hdfc

com.starfinanz.smob.android.sfinanzstatus

com.suntrust.mobilebanking

com.targo_prod.bad

com.tmobtech.halkbank

com.ubs.swidKXJ.android

com.unicredit

com.unionbank.ecommerce.mobile.android

com.usaa.mobile.android.usaa

com.usbank.mobilebanking

com.vakifbank.mobile

com.vipera.ts.starter.FGB

com.vipera.ts.starter.MashreqAE

com.wf.wellsfargomobile

com.ykb.android

com.ziraat.ziraatmobil

cz.airbank.android

cz.csob.smartbanking

cz.sberbankcz

de.comdirect.android

de.commerzbanking.mobil

de.direkt1822.banking

de.dkb.portalapp

de.fiducia.smartphone.android.banking.vr

de.postbank.finanzassistent

de.sdvrz.ihb.mobile.app

enbd.mobilebanking

es.bancosantander.apps

es.cm.android

es.ibercaja.ibercajaapp

es.lacaixa.mobile.android.newwapicon

es.univia.unicajamovil

eu.eleader.mobilebanking.pekao

eu.eleader.mobilebanking.pekao.firm

eu.inmite.prj.kb.mobilbank

eu.unicreditgroup.hvbapptan

fr.banquepopulaire.cyberplus

fr.creditagricole.androidapp

fr.laposte.lapostemobile

fr.lcl.android.customerarea

gr.winbank.mobile

hr.asseco.android.jimba.mUCI.ro

in.co.bankofbaroda.mpassbook

may.maybank.android

mbanking.NBG

mobi.societegenerale.mobile.lappli

mobile.santander.de

net.bnpparibas.mescomptes

net.inverline.bancosabadell.officelocator.android

nz.co.anz.android.mobilebanking

nz.co.asb.asbmobile

nz.co.bnz.droidbanking

nz.co.kiwibank.mobile

nz.co.westpac

org.banksa.bank

org.bom.bank

org.stgeorge.bank

org.westpac.bank

pl.bzwbk.bzwbk24

pl.bzwbk.ibiznes24

pl.ipko.mobile

pl.mbank

pt.bancobpi.mobile.fiabilizacao

pt.cgd.caixadirecta

pt.novobanco.nbapp

ro.btrl.mobile

src.com.idbi

wit.android.bcpBankingApp.activoBank

wit.android.bcpBankingApp.millennium

wit.android.bcpBankingApp.millenniumPL

www.ingdirect.nativeframe 

 

 

 

Источник: https://blog.avast.com/mobile-banking-trojan-sneaks-into-google-play-targeting-wells-fargo-chase-and-citibank-customers

How to Change Your Chase Password

Chase offers 10% backFor those of you that have a Chase online account, I’ve created this guide to teach you How to Change Your Chase Password.

If you don’t log in to your account much and need to update your login information to something you’ll remember, you’re in luck because Chase makes it really easy for customers to change their passwords. All you need to do is log on to your account and follow a few links to get started.

Table of Contents

How to Change Your Chase Password

  1. Log in to Chase.com
  2. Click the Person Icon at the top right of the home page.
  3. Locate the “Profile & Settings” section and click on the the link that says “Edit.
  4. Enter your old password and new password into the appropriate text box.
  5. Click Submit and the changes should be applied.

Password Requirements

Keep in mind that there are restrictions for changing your password. If you meet these requirements, your new password will be accepted.

  • At least 8 characters
  • At least 2 of the following:
    • 1 letter (case sensitive)
    • 1 number
    • 1 of these special characters: @ ! # $ % + / = ~
  • No more than 2 identical or sequential characters (ex: 111, aaa, 123, abc, !!!)
  • Must be different from your previous five passwords
  • Must not match your User ID
  • Must not use the name of the financial institution (ex: JPM, MORGAN, CHASE)
  • Must not be a commonly used password (ex: password1)

Update Password on Desktop

  1. Log in to Chase.com
  2. Click the Person Icon (top right of the home page)
  3. Select “Profile & Settings”
  4. Go to “Overview”
  5. Select “Sign-in & security” to update your username or password
  6. Enter your current password and new password
  7. Click “Save” to apply changes

Update Password on Chase Mobile App

Here’s how to update your login on the mobile app:

  1. Sign into the Chase Mobile App
  2. Click the Person Icon (top right of screen)
  3. Select “Profile & Settings”
  4. Go to “Settings” (right side of screen)
  5. Go to “Sign-in preferences”
  6. Edit username/password or Touch ID
  7. Click “Save” to apply changes

The Chase Mobile App offers a ton of features that will help you manage your finances better. You can check your balance, deposit checks, pay bills, make transfers between accounts and more.

Bottom Line

If you need to know How to Change Your Chase Password,this guide is perfect for you! Chase makes this process really easy for customers, so just follow the steps above to get started on changing your Chase Password.

If you don’t have a bank account, head to our full list of Chase Promotions for a detailed review of the best chase accounts.

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Bank securely with the Chase Mobile® app. Manage your investments with J.P. Morgan and your Chase accounts: monitor your credit score, budget and track monthly spending, send and receive money with Zelle® and deposit checks.

Manage your accounts

• Review activity in all of your accounts: checking, savings, credit card, home, auto, business and commercial banking
• Deposit a check

Manage your investments with J.P. Morgan

• Get commission-free trades for stocks, options, ETFs, mutual funds and more
• Use portfolios designed by us and matched to your goals

Payments: Convenient ways to pay

• Send and receive money with Zelle
• Schedule, edit or cancel payments for your Chase credit card and other bills
• Transfer money between your accounts

Credit Journey: Check your credit score

• Get your credit score for free
• Help shield yourself from identity fraud with credit monitoring

Budget: Get a clearer picture of your finances

• See daily spending insights at a glance
• Set up your budget and track debit/credit card transactions
• Grow your savings consistently with Autosave

Security: Keep your money safe & secure

• 24/7 fraud monitoring for unusual account activity
• Lock and unlock your account if you misplace your card
Rewards, offers & deals

• Track and redeem your Chase rewards
• Earn statement credit by using Chase Offers with eligible credit/debit cards

Connect with Chase

• Schedule a meeting with a banker
• Find the nearest Chase branches and ATMs
• Speak with a representative 24/7

Disclosure

• Some features are available for eligible customers and accounts only. Any time you review your balance, keep in mind it may not reflect all transactions including recent debit card transactions or checks you have written. A qualifying Chase transfer account is required to transfer funds via text.
• There is no charge from Chase, but message and data rates may apply. Such charges include those from your communications service provider. Delivery of alerts may be delayed for various reasons, including service outages affecting your phone, wireless or internet provider; technology failures; and system capacity limitations.
• For illustrative purposes only—not intended as an endorsement or recommendation. The projections or other information generated regarding the likelihood of various investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature, do not reflect actual investment results and are not guarantees of future results
• Commission-free online trades apply to trading in U.S. listed stocks, Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs), and options. Option trades are subject to a $0.65 per-contract fee. Sales are subject to a regulatory transaction fee of between $0.01 and $0.03 per $1,000 of principal. There are costs associated with owning certain investments, including mutual funds and ETFs. Offer terms and pricing are subject to change and/or termination. Other fees and restrictions (including account types) apply. See chase.com/online-investing-pricing for terms and conditions.
• Options contract and other fees may apply.
• J.P. Morgan Wealth Management is a business of JPMorgan Chase & Co., which offers investment products and services through J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (JPMS), a registered broker-dealer and investment advisor, member of FINRA and SIPC. Annuities are made available through Chase Insurance Agency, Inc. (CIA), a licensed insurance agency, doing business as Chase Insurance Agency Services, Inc. in Florida. Certain custody and other services are provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (JPMCB). JPMS, CIA and JPMCB are affiliated companies under the common control of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Products not available in all states.
INVESTMENT PRODUCTS:
• NOT A DEPOSIT
• NOT FDIC INSURED
• NO BANK GUARANTEE
• MAY LOSE VALUE
• Face ID, iPhone, iPad and Touch ID are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc.
• Deposit products provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Member FDIC
• Equal Opportunity Lender

Version 4.257

We're frequently updating the app in order to give you the best experience. Turn on auto updates to ensure you always have the latest version.

This update includes:
• Support for new iOS 15 time sensitive notifications.
• Minor bug fixes and improvements.

Keep in mind: Features are subject to customer eligibility.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

3.8M Ratings

I love the chase app

I’ve been using the app for over 4 years now and I’ve had no problems using anything. Mobile deposit checks works great, everything gets updated and I can pay off things whenever. The only problem I had was recently where I got a new phone number and my old number got disconnected, and I didn’t go into my chase app or the chase website to change it right away. I got locked out of my account for a total of 5 days. I called chase and got transferred twice and then had to wait for a call from one of them which I missed. Just because the only way to confirm it’s me is to send a text to my phone number that’s on chase which was my old number (which is disconnected). They kept saying that’s the only way to get into chase. This only got resolved because I got a “fraudulent activity” email. So I call them and then they finally confirm it’s me. And I’m able to change my phone number this way and get a new password for my chase app. That was definitely a hassle which was my fault in the end. But it’s good that the security is so good on the chase app.

Mortgage experience and mobile experience stink

I was a chase credit card customer and the app was always fine for what I needed. We’re currently going through the home loan process and your app is embarrassingly terrible. I can’t believe such a large bank has an app that can’t render on an iPhone. For two or three weeks we had someone listed in the app as part of our loan team and it wasn’t the correct rep. We kept reaching out to him with no response, come to find out that we got put with a different rep but the app doesn’t update that detail into the loan moves into a new status. What?! The screens are all tiny and you can’t zoom in!! You can’t download the documents from your phone either. You also can’t go into the mortgage portal and open a document and try to go back and do something. The app signs you out instantly. The reps even mentioned how terrible it was. Anytime I use the app to look for tasks I have to close the app and re log in multiple times. The message your team function is completely useless. Our rep told us she doesn’t get a notice when we message through that method and to email her instead. Why the heck even put it there?! We also have been asked repeatedly to upload the same information over and over. According to the rep, they have tons of issues seeing our documents and they get “lost”. How reassuring. It’s only the biggest purchase I’ve ever made and all of my personal information. Y’all need to fix these issues. This app is bad.

Terrible Customer Service and App

First of all I rarely leave negative reviews, if my experience is less than satisfactory I will simply choose to leave no review rather than a negative one. That said the Chase bank as well as their app left me little choice. Let’s start with the app. For weeks I could not even use it because every time I tried signing in it would crash forcing me to use a cumbersome web browser for my mobile banking. Once the app started working (about a month and several updates later) I found it to have way less features and to be much less organized than any other banking app I have used. This alone was disappointing however their customer service is even worse which I find quite disturbing for an organization that handles ones finances. They seem to know very little of what they are doing as they misplaced several important documents that I had faxed them directly from a bank branch claiming they had not received them forcing me to spend hours sending them though several different formats. After this I call back only talk to a different representative to find out they had received the fax a week ago when I had sent it originally. This alone was very frustrating but to make it worse customer service was very unfriendly and unhelpful which I found quite unprofessional for a banking institution. Sadly from my experience I would not recommend this app nor chase bank itself. Sorry

The developer, JPMorgan Chase & Co., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Information

Seller
JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA

Size
308.3 MB

Category
Finance

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Languages

English, Spanish

Age Rating
4+

Copyright
© 2021 JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Price
Free

Supports

  • Wallet

    Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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Источник: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/chase-mobile-bank-invest/id298867247

How To Find and Use Your Chase Bank Login

Chase has close to 5,000 branches that customers can visit nationwide, but for the ultimate in convenience, it also offers online services when you set up your login. It’s a straightforward process you can complete in just a few minutes, and it will enable you to access your account anytime you like from any place.

To help you take advantage of what the bank has to offer, this guide to your Chase login will cover the following topics:

How To Log In to Your Chase Account From a Computer

When you get to the Chase homepage, you’ll see a place to sign in to your account on the right of that page. Simply type your username and password into their respective slots. You can click the “Remember me” checkbox; however, before you do, consider whether or not someone could find and steal your personal information. If you’re using a shared computer or public WiFi, you might want to think twice before hitting that box.

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How To Log In to Your Chase Account From a Mobile Phone or Tablet

The Chase mobile app is available for download via the App Store and Google Play. Use your laptop or tablet to create your Chase online login before you use the app.

Once you log in with the app, tap “Request an Identification Code” and choose whether to receive it via email, text or phone call. Enter the code and your password to complete the process.

You can use the Chase app to deposit checks, transfer money and make payments. In addition, you can use the branch locator if you need to visit a brick-and-mortar branch.

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What To Do If You Lose Your Chase Login Information

Help is available in case you lose your Chase login information. At the Chase homepage, click on the “Forgot username/password?” link under the “Sign in” button.

You’ll need to provide your Social Security number or tax ID number to identify yourself, as well as your account type. Once you go through the process, Chase will assist you in finding your username or resetting your password so you’re ready for convenient online banking again.

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How To Find Your Chase Account Statements

Chase’s online platform makes it easy to find your account statements at any time. You can even see your Chase statements online for up to seven years prior, just in case you want to do a deep dive into your own financial patterns.

If you’re on your mobile phone or tablet, simply click “See Statements” in the summary section after logging in to your account. If you’re on the desktop version of the Chase website, it works similarly — log in to your account, select the menu button to reveal further options and select “Statements & documents” from that list.

Also See: What Is Chase QuickPay With Zelle?

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How To Contact Chase If You Have Trouble With Your Account

You contact Chase for customer service in any of several ways. If you’re partial to phone calls, you can reach out to Chase from 7 a.m. to midnight ET at:

  • 1-877-242-7372 if you’re in the U.S.
  • 1-713-262-3300 if you’re outside the U.S.

If you’re in the military, try these numbers:

  • 1-877-469-0110 if you’re in the U.S.
  • 1-318-340-3308 if you’re overseas

If you feel you need a more personal touch, you can schedule a meeting with a Chase banker online. You’ll meet that banker in person at whatever date and time you’ve scheduled them for. These appointments are available to those with and without Chase bank accounts.

You can also vocalize your issues via secure messages; from your account page, click into the menu and then choose “Secure messages.” You can even reach out via social media — Chase is on Twitter as @ChaseSupport.

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What Are the Benefits of Online Banking?

There are many benefits to online banking, but perhaps the largest one is the feeling of instant satisfaction you’ll get from using it. Instead of having to visit a physical Chase branch to check your balance or send physical checks for important bills out to the post office (where they may or may not reach their destination), you can breathe just a bit easier with online banking. Using online banking, you can set up automatic bill pay, check your account balance and even schedule a transfer from your checking to your savings — all in a matter of minutes.

More From Chase Bank

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Arielle Moscati contributed to the reporting for this article.

Information is accurate as of Nov. 23, 2021.

Editorial Note: This content is not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of the bank advertiser, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. This site may be compensated through the bank advertiser Affiliate Program.

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Bank securely with the Chase Mobile® app. Manage your investments with J.P. Morgan and your Chase accounts: monitor your credit score, budget and track monthly spending, send and receive money with Zelle® and deposit checks.

Manage your accounts

• Review activity in all of your accounts: checking, savings, credit card, home, auto, business and commercial banking
• Deposit a check

Manage your investments with J.P. Morgan

• Get commission-free trades for stocks, options, ETFs, mutual funds and more
• Use portfolios designed by us and matched to your goals

Payments: Convenient ways to pay

• Send and receive money with Zelle
• Schedule, edit or cancel payments for your Chase credit card and other bills
• Transfer money between your accounts

Credit Journey: Check your credit score

• Get your credit score for free
• Help shield yourself from identity fraud with credit monitoring

Budget: Get a clearer picture of your finances

• See daily spending insights at a glance
• Set up your budget and track debit/credit card transactions
• Grow your savings consistently with Autosave

Security: Keep your money safe & secure

• 24/7 fraud monitoring for unusual account activity
• Lock and unlock your account if you misplace your card
Rewards, offers & deals

• Track and redeem your Chase rewards
• Earn statement credit by using Chase Offers with eligible credit/debit cards

Connect with Chase

• Schedule a meeting with a banker
• Find the nearest Chase branches and ATMs
• Speak with a representative 24/7

Disclosure

• Some features are available for eligible customers and accounts only. Any time you review your balance, keep in mind it may not reflect all transactions including recent debit card transactions or checks you have written. A qualifying Chase transfer account is required to transfer funds via text.
• There is no charge from Chase, but message and data rates may apply. Such charges include those from your communications service provider. Delivery of alerts may be delayed for various reasons, including service outages affecting your phone, wireless or internet provider; technology failures; and system capacity limitations.
• For illustrative purposes only—not intended as an endorsement or recommendation. The projections or other information generated regarding the likelihood of various investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature, do not reflect actual investment results and are not guarantees of future results
• Commission-free online trades apply to trading in U.S. listed stocks, Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs), and options. Option trades are subject to a $0.65 per-contract fee. Sales are subject to a regulatory transaction fee of between $0.01 and $0.03 per $1,000 of principal. There are costs associated with owning certain investments, including mutual funds and ETFs. Offer terms and pricing are subject to change and/or termination. Other fees and restrictions (including account types) apply. See chase.com/online-investing-pricing for terms and conditions.
• Options contract and other fees may apply.
• J.P. Morgan Wealth Management is a business of JPMorgan Chase & Co., which offers investment products and services through J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (JPMS), a registered broker-dealer and investment advisor, member of FINRA and SIPC. Annuities are made available through Chase Insurance Agency, Inc. (CIA), a licensed insurance agency, doing business as Chase Insurance Agency Services, Inc. in Florida. Certain custody and other services are provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (JPMCB). JPMS, CIA and JPMCB are affiliated dubuque bank and trust online under the common control of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Products not available in all states.
INVESTMENT PRODUCTS:
• NOT A DEPOSIT
• NOT FDIC INSURED
• NO BANK GUARANTEE
• MAY LOSE VALUE
• Face ID, iPhone, iPad and Touch ID are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc.
• Deposit products provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. At home store bellingham FDIC
• Equal Opportunity Lender

Version 4.257

We're frequently updating the app in order to give you the best experience. Turn on auto updates to ensure you always have the latest version.

This update includes:
• Support for new iOS 15 time sensitive notifications.
• Minor bug fixes and improvements.

Keep in mind: Features are subject to customer eligibility.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

3.8M Ratings

I love the chase app

I’ve been using the app for over 4 years now and I’ve had no problems using anything. Mobile deposit checks works great, everything gets updated and I can pay off things whenever. The only problem I had was recently where I got a new phone number and my old number got disconnected, and I didn’t go into my chase app or the chase website to change it right away. I got locked out of my account for a total of 5 days. I called chase and got transferred twice and then had to wait for a call from one of them which I missed. Just because the only way to confirm it’s me is to send a text to my phone number that’s on chase which was my old number (which is disconnected). They kept saying that’s the only way to get into chase. This only got resolved because I got a “fraudulent activity” email. So I call them and then they finally confirm it’s me. And I’m able to change my phone number this way and get a new password for my chase app. That was definitely a hassle which was my fault in the end. But it’s capital one loan phone number that the security is so good on the chase app.

Mortgage experience and mobile experience stink

I was difference between east and west berlin chase credit card customer and the app was always fine for what I needed. We’re currently going through the home loan process and your app is embarrassingly terrible. I can’t believe such a large bank has an app that can’t render on an iPhone. For two or three weeks we had someone listed in the app as part of our loan team and it wasn’t the correct rep. We kept reaching out to him with no response, come to find out that we got put with a different rep but the app doesn’t update that detail into the loan moves into a new status. What?! The screens are all tiny and you can’t zoom in!! You can’t download the documents from your phone either. You also can’t go into the mortgage portal and open a document and try to go back and do something. The app signs you out instantly. The reps even mentioned how terrible it was. Anytime I use the app to look for tasks I have to close the app and re log in multiple times. The message your team function is completely useless. Our rep told us she doesn’t get a notice when we message through that method and to email her instead. Why the heck even put it there?! We also have been asked repeatedly to upload the same information over and over. According to the rep, they have tons of issues seeing our documents and they get “lost”. How reassuring. It’s only the biggest purchase I’ve ever made and all of my personal information. Y’all need to fix these issues. This app is bad.

Terrible Customer Service and App

First of all I rarely leave negative reviews, if my experience is less than satisfactory I will simply choose to leave no review rather than a negative one. That said the Chase bank as well as their app left me little choice. Let’s start with the app. For weeks I could not even use it because every time I tried signing in it would crash forcing me to use a cumbersome web browser for my mobile banking. Once the app started working (about a month and several updates later) I found it to have way less features and to be much less organized than any other banking app I have used. This alone was disappointing however their customer service is even worse which I find quite disturbing for an organization that handles ones finances. They seem to know very little of what they are doing as they misplaced several important documents that I had faxed them directly from a bank branch claiming they had not received them forcing me to spend hours sending them though several different formats. After this I call back only talk to a different representative to find out they had received the fax a week ago when I had sent it originally. This alone was very frustrating but to make it worse customer service was very unfriendly and unhelpful which I found quite unprofessional for a banking institution. Sadly from my experience I would not recommend this app nor chase bank itself. Sorry

The developer, JPMorgan Chase & Co., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Information

Seller
JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA

Size
308.3 MB

Category
Finance

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
iPad chase mobile banking login
Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Languages

English, Spanish

Age Rating
capital one new car loan interest rates parking at bangor international airport 4+

Copyright
© 2021 JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Price
Free

Supports

  • Wallet

    Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

More By This Developer chase mobile banking login

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Источник: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/chase-mobile-bank-invest/id298867247

How to Change Your Chase Password

Chase offers 10% backFor those of you that have a Chase online account, I’ve created this guide to teach you How to Change Your Chase Password.

If you don’t log in to your account much and need to update your login information to something you’ll chase mobile banking login, you’re in luck because Chase makes it really easy for customers to change their passwords. All you need to do is log on to your account and follow a few links to get started.

Table of Contents

How to Change Your Chase Password

  1. Log in to Chase.com
  2. Click the Person Icon at the top right of the home page.
  3. Locate the “Profile & Settings” section and click on the the link that says “Edit.
  4. Enter your old password and new password into the appropriate text box.
  5. Click Submit and the changes should be applied.

Password Requirements

Keep in mind that there are restrictions for changing your password. If you meet these requirements, your new password will be accepted.

  • At least 8 characters
  • At least 2 of the following:
    • 1 letter (case sensitive)
    • 1 number
    • 1 of these special characters: @ ! # $ % + / = ~
  • No more than 2 identical or sequential characters (ex: 111, aaa, 123, abc, !!!)
  • Must be different from your previous five passwords
  • Must not match your User ID
  • Must not use the name of the financial institution (ex: JPM, MORGAN, CHASE)
  • Must not be a commonly used password (ex: password1)

Update Password on Desktop

  1. Log in to Chase.com
  2. Click the Person Icon (top right of the home page)
  3. Select “Profile & Settings”
  4. Go to “Overview”
  5. Select “Sign-in & security” to update your username or password
  6. Enter your current password and new password
  7. Click “Save” to apply changes

Update Password on Chase Mobile App

Here’s how to update your login on the mobile app:

  1. Sign into the Chase Mobile App
  2. Click the Person Icon (top right of screen)
  3. Select “Profile & Settings”
  4. Go to “Settings” (right side of screen)
  5. Go to “Sign-in preferences”
  6. Edit username/password or Touch ID
  7. Click “Save” to apply changes

The Chase Mobile App offers a ton of features that will help you manage your finances better. You can check your balance, deposit checks, pay bills, make transfers between accounts and more.

Bottom Line

If you need to know How to Change Your Chase Password,this guide is perfect for you! Chase makes this process really easy for customers, so just follow the steps above to get started on changing your Chase Password.

If you don’t have a bank account, head to our full list of Chase Promotions for a detailed review of the best chase accounts.

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How To Find and Use Your Chase Bank Login

Chase has close to 5,000 branches that customers can visit nationwide, but for the ultimate in convenience, it also offers online services when you set up your login. It’s a straightforward process you can complete in just a few minutes, and it will enable you to access your account anytime you like from any place.

To help you take advantage of what the bank has to offer, this guide to your Chase login will cover the following topics:

How To Log In to Your Chase Account From a Computer

When you get to the Chase homepage, you’ll see a place to sign in to your account on the right of that page. Simply type your username and password into their respective slots. You can click the “Remember me” checkbox; however, before you do, consider whether or not someone could find and steal your personal information. If you’re using a shared computer or public WiFi, you might want to think twice before hitting that box.

Back to top

How To Log In to Your Chase Account From a Mobile Phone or Tablet

The Chase mobile app is available for download via the App Store and Google Play. Use your laptop or tablet to create your Chase online login before you use the app.

Once you log in with the app, tap “Request an Identification Code” and choose whether to receive it via email, text or phone call. Enter the code and your password to complete the process.

You can use the Chase app to deposit checks, transfer money and make payments. In addition, you can use the branch locator if you need to visit a brick-and-mortar branch.

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What To Do If You Lose Your Chase Login Information

Help is available in case you lose your Chase login information. At the Chase homepage, click on the “Forgot username/password?” link under the “Sign in” button.

You’ll need to provide your Social Security number or tax ID number to identify yourself, as well as your account type. Once you go through the process, Chase will assist you in finding your username or resetting your password so you’re ready for convenient online banking again.

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How To Find Your Chase Account Statements

Chase’s online platform makes it easy to find your account statements at any time. You can even see your Chase statements online for up to seven years prior, just in case you want to do a deep dive into your own financial patterns.

If you’re on your mobile phone or tablet, simply click “See Statements” in the summary section after logging in to your account. If you’re on the desktop version of the Chase website, it works similarly — log in to your account, select the menu button to reveal further options and select “Statements & documents” from that list.

Also See: What Is Chase QuickPay With Zelle?

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How To Contact Chase If You Have Trouble With Your Account

You contact Chase for customer service in any of several ways. If you’re partial to phone calls, you can reach out to Chase from 7 a.m. to midnight ET at:

  • 1-877-242-7372 if you’re in the U.S.
  • 1-713-262-3300 if you’re outside the U.S.

If you’re in the military, try these numbers:

  • 1-877-469-0110 if you’re in the U.S.
  • 1-318-340-3308 if you’re overseas

If you feel you need a more personal touch, you can schedule a meeting with a Chase banker online. You’ll meet that banker in person at whatever date and time you’ve scheduled them for. These appointments are available to those with and without Chase bank accounts.

You can also vocalize your issues via secure messages; from your account page, click into the menu and then choose “Secure messages.” You can even reach out via social media — Chase is on Twitter as @ChaseSupport.

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What Are the Benefits of Online Banking?

There are many benefits to online banking, but perhaps the largest one is the feeling first community credit union bank near me instant satisfaction you’ll get from using it. Instead of having to visit a physical Chase branch to check your balance or send physical checks for important bills out to the post office (where they may or may not reach their destination), you can breathe just a bit easier with online banking. Using online banking, you can set up automatic bill pay, check your account balance and even schedule a transfer from your checking to your savings — all in a matter of minutes.

More From Chase Bank

More on Using Your Bank Login

Arielle Moscati contributed to the reporting for this article.

Information is accurate as of Nov. 23, 2021.

Editorial Note: This content is not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of the bank advertiser, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. This site may be compensated through the bank advertiser Affiliate Program.

Источник: https://www.gobankingrates.com/banking/banks/how-find-use-chase-bank-login/

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CHRISTINA DELLO BUONO:

JPMorgan Chase's culture is shifting when it comes to inclusivity, hiring practices and acceptance of people who think differently. It's Autism Inclusion Month at the firm, and we're taking a look at the critical and important contributions of people who are neurodiverse.

With us today is the Global Head of Autism at Work, Anthony Pacilio, and JPMorgan Chase's software and performance engineer Jesse Collins. Thank you both for being here today.

ANTHONY PACILIO:

Thank you. Appreciate it.

JESSE COLLINS:

Thank you for having us.

CHRISTINA DELLO BUONO:

Anthony, let's start with you. Why is a program like Autism at Work so critical? And how has the program influenced productivity and inclusivity at the firm?

ANHTONY PACILIO:

Yeah, great question. So when we started this program, it was out of business necessity. We were looking for a different type of talent. And at that time, we just didn't have enough of the talent in the IT space. So what happened was we understood that folks on the spectrum were knocking it out of the park in other companies and farmers savings bank vinton iowa. And so we decided to bring that here to JPMorgan Chase.

We've gone from four folks in the program in 2015 to over 225 today, in nine countries, in 40 different job roles. Some of the job roles that we have, folks on the spectrum are outperforming 90% to 140% of their peers and colleagues. So that speaks volume to the breadth of talent that we're bringing in.

CHRISTINA DELLO BUONO:

Absolutely. And Jesse, you were diagnosed with autism at age 25. And you made the complete career shift from social work to the work you're doing today at JPMorgan Chase. How did a program like Autism at Work help make that career change?

JESSE COLLINS:

Yeah, Christina, I was diagnosed with autism at age 25. Growing up, I struggled with social cues and understanding facial expressions. And it became more apparent as I got older that my brain just simply assessed information and situations differently than others.

While my wife and I were dating, we had a conversation one night about the possibility of me being on the autism spectrum. And she encouraged me further to talk to my doctor, which ultimately led to my diagnosis. My diagnosis simply gave us more language and tools to help us navigate our lives together.

And I'm happy to share that we've been married now for almost three years and expecting a daughter, Zofia Rose, in May. Through our conversations after my diagnosis, we found the Autism at Work everything i do i do it for you brandy lyrics. The program gave me access to the training and guidance I needed to shift careers and, most importantly, provided me with the necessary support and encouragement.

Too often, being different is seen as something bad or that should be hidden. But that couldn't be more wrong. Being different is a good thing. And the Autism at Work program has helped myself at J.P. Morgan recognize that neurodiversity is a true asset and something that should be celebrated.

CHRISTINA DELLO BUONO:

That's such an important message. And by the way, congratulations to you and your wife and growing family. That's so exciting.

JESSE COLLINS:

Thank you.

CHRISTINA DELLO BUONO:

Anthony, you've mentioned that people who are part of the program can bring their full selves to work. How have you seen the corporate culture change because of the program?

ANTHONY PACILIO:

Yeah. I mean, listen, 80% of the folks who are on the spectrum are unemployed or underemployed. So this is giving them the opportunity to come in, bring their whole selves to work, as you said, but kind of take the mask off that they might've had to utilize their entire life.

The empathy has increased. And I think the social awareness, obviously, has increased. And I think when you bring somebody in who's on the spectrum or thinks differently or has a cognitive difference, I think when you bring those folks on your team, it kind of sets you apart because now you're looking at things in a totally different light. And then people get comfortable.

And one of the misconceptions is folks on the spectrum are not social. I can tell you from firsthand experience — Jesse's a prime example of that — that is not the case. We have people leading team meetings and scrum meetings and doing different things in operations areas.

Managers are also learning different techniques and ways that they're able to communicate with their teams. It's because they're learning with somebody who's on the spectrum that there's different ways to do that.

And if we take an example of somebody who’s getting performance feedback and it's not sinking in, we try a different technique to do that. Whether it's bringing in an advocate to help out or just trying a different methodology via Skype or chat or whatever that may be. So it's actually increasing how we talk to colleagues who are neurotypical as well.

The culture shift that we have now at JPMorgan Chase because of the program is absolutely unbelievable. We have many other companies and corporations asking us how we did the program. And we said we started small, and now we're scaling it to where it is one of the leading ones in the world.

CHRISTINA DELLO BUONO:

And, Jesse, back over to you. What advice would you give other companies who are looking to hire people who are neurodiverse? And what can people do to embrace the neurodiverse culture even more?

JESSE COLLINS:

Yeah. If you're looking to increase your neurodiversity, I think it's important to set up the programs that go beyond recruitment. It's important to set up training programs similar to how Autism at Work has established them for JPMorgan Chase. That informs colleagues and managers on how they can reframe their practices to be more inclusive. And alleviates the burden off of the individual to have to disclose and educate others on their diagnosis, which can be really difficult and anxiety-provoking.

Additionally, it's important to address the physical work environment too. When we were in the office and we had office spaces, like alternative office seating and lower lighting and designated quiet zones, those things can be really helpful to somebody who has sensory sensitivities like myself.

In general, creating a work environment that celebrates differences in thought, hosting conversations about neurodiversity — not only during Autism Inclusion Month but throughout the year — and being more conscious of practices and languages that may be unintentionally exclusive are ways that we can all build a more diverse and inclusive work environment.

CHRISTINA DELLO BUONO:

Well, thank you Jesse, thank you Anthony, so much for sharing your story and a little bit more about this critical program. Appreciate your time.

ANTHONY PACILIO:

Thank you.

JESSE COLLINS:

Thank you.

Источник: https://www.jpmorganchase.com/

Everything you need to know about the Chase Mobile app

The Chase Mobile app is an all-inclusive platform that provides a centralized way to manage all of your Chase accounts. The app allows owners of any Chase card—credit or debit—to bank from the easy f chord of their phone in almost any location.

The app is supported by both Android and Apple devices, so you chase mobile banking login rest assured that it is constantly being updated and improved for users on both mobile platforms.

The Chase app has a wide range of helpful features, including QuickDeposit, QuickPay, the ability to see a routing number and account number, location services and financial reporting through Today’s Snapshot.

The app is also highly rated by consumers, with 3.4 million ratings and a 4.8/5 ranking on the Apple App store—and for good reason. It offers a wide range of mobile banking services that simplify and speed up on-the-go banking.

Range of services

The Chase app offers a wide range of services, including:

  • QuickDeposit: QuickDeposit allows Chase customers to scan deposit items such as checks and use the images to make deposits electronically. This feature is largely standard in the credit card industry, but its convenience certainly can’t be overlooked.
  • QuickPay: QuickPay is a popular feature of the Chase app. By using QuickPay, Chase card owners can make person-to-person money transfers in real-time. Use of QuickPay is supported by Zelle, and while it’s primarily used by Chase customers, money can be transferred to people without a Chase account if they sign up with their email address or phone number.
  • Replace your card: If your card is lost or stolen, you can use the app to request a new debit or credit card.
  • Unlock and lock your card: If you’ve lost or misplaced your credit or debit card, you can lock it from your Chase mobile app to prevent purchases or prevent cash advances. If you locate your card, you can unlock it from the app as well.
  • Sign up for overdraft protection: You can apply a setting to your checking account that automatically transfers money from your savings account to your checking account.
  • Autosave: Create a savings goal and track your progress. You can direct automatic transfers to your savings account so that you meet your goal.
  • Credit journey: Enroll into Chase’s credit journey program from the app. Once you enroll, you can check your credit score, monitor your credit activity and learn more about how your credit score works.
  • Set up your budget: Use the budget planner tool to stay within your spending goals. You can turn on “daily pacing”  to help you stay within your budget. You’ll get tips in the app if you are overspending or coming in under budget.
  • Chase First Banking: If you have minors with a Chase First Banking account, you can set up, monitor and perform other actions for their account. Some functions include making transfers, setting up a recurring allowance, creating chores and accessing account services.
  • Chase Offers: Add offers connected to your Chase credit card and check the amount you’ve earned to date. Chase Offers can give you cash back at various retailers.
  • Chase Ultimate Rewards: Check your Ultimate Rewards balance, access the Ultimate Rewards portal, check card benefits, transfer to travel partners and more.
  • Send a wire transfer: Save money by sending a domestic wire transfer directly from your Chase app.
  • Location features: The location feature within chase mobile banking login Chase app saves you crb auto sales trouble of having to exit your app to search for directions online. Through the app card owners can locate the nearest ATM or Chase branch in their area.
  • Today’s Snapshot: One of the most interesting and unique features of the Chase app is a category that can be found at the top of the main page called “Today’s Snapshot.” This section of the app shows not only your daily spending habits but also helps you see your overall spending trends by breaking down your monthly spending into categories such as food, entertainment and gas.
  • Management of car loans, mortgage and investments: The convenience and accessibility of the Chase app are further highlighted by the features that allow you to manage your car loan, mortgage and investments all from one application. These features won’t be used by all Chase card owners, but if they apply to you, you can make your finances more streamlined through one all-inclusive portal.

Navigation

Navigating the Chase app offers a user-friendly experience that is boa hours nyc once you understand the main features and overall layout.

When you open the chase mobile banking login, you are first brought to the main menu that shows all your active Chase accounts. Your checking account, credit card balance, car loan and investments are clearly visible, and if you click on any of the aforementioned categories, you will be taken to the individual page with more information.

Off the main menu, you can also find Today’s Snapshot, which helps Chase card owners easily track their spending habits.

The “nav menu” on the left hand side of the app is the second main interface for navigating the Chase app. From the nav menu, you can find QuickPay, QuickDeposit, Chase Offers, location services, account security and links to the pages that can be found on the main portal.

Perhaps one of the most common questions for anyone with a credit card or debit card is “How do I find my routing number?” With the Chase app, finding your account and routing number is simple. From the main profile, you simply tap on amazon flex support amazon section labeled chase mobile banking login From there, you click on “show details,” and then you can see your account number, routing number and interest rates.

Security

Security is an important factor to any credit card owner and it is specifically important when considering a portal that will house your entire financial portfolio.

The Chase app is protected by a 128-bit encryption for all of your personal account information, data and messages. This information can only be decrypted by the app on your phone—keeping it safe from potential hacks and information breaches.

Chase also uses two-factor authentication to verify your sign-in attempts. When you sign in for the first time or with a device the Chase servers don’t recognize, it’ll ask you for your username, password and a temporary identification code, which is sent to you by phone, email or text message. Once you enter in the identification code, you’ll be securely signed in to your accounts.

Finally, if your phone uses facial recognition (Face ID for iOS and face unlock for Android) to authenticate your sign-on attempts, then you can use this feature to access your Chase accounts on the mobile banking app instead of a password. If your phone doesn’t have facial recognition capabilities—or you just don’t want to use the feature—then a standard password can be used.

How can I get the most out of my Chase mobile banking app?

The best way to use your Chase mobile banking app is to check it frequently for updates regarding your accounts. The app will help you monitor your Chase accounts for both chase mobile banking login purposes and to maintain good financial habits when it comes to managing your money.

You should keep the app updated so that you have access to new features and fixes that the development team is constantly rolling out.

Lastly, the performance of the app is much better when you are connected to a strong Wi-Fi signal. If not, many pages may load slowly or not display at all. This can make for an extremely frustrating user experience.

If you ever experience problems with the app, check your Wi-Fi signal, close and reopen the app or check for updates. You can also uninstall the app and reinstall it.

If it still doesn’t work for you, you can contact the internet banking support group via phone or visit a local Chase branch, where a personal banker may be able to troubleshoot your app issues.

Bankrate’s take

The Chase Mobile app is a well-organized platform whose primary selling points are its ease of use and convenience for card owners.

What sets the Chase app apart from the crowd are features such as Today’s Snapshot and Chase QuickPay. While neither of these features alone is a singularity within the online banking market, Today’s Snapshot does what you would normally need a separate application (such as Mint or Expensify) to achieve.

Along these lines, Chase’s person-to-person payment platform QuickPay is also not alone in the market of transferring money—popular apps such as Venmo and Cash App have a similar structure—but its benefit comes in the form of convenience.

At the end of the day, is the Chase Mobile app going to change your life? Probably not. What it will do is serve as a streamlined app that makes banking and managing your money a simpler and more user-friendly experience.

Источник: https://www.bankrate.com/finance/credit-cards/guide-to-chase-mobile-app/

Banks are going digital with the mobile apps trend and making banking more convenient for users, and Chase Bank is not lagging. It is among the banks which have the highest number of mobile customers. The banking app lets you securely pay bills and deposit checks, transfer money, check your balances and transactions, and more. 

My phone and the app support fingerprint technology, and the icon signifying it is well mapped on the Login Page, right next to the blank where password has to be fed in. Among other affordances of the app, which are discoverable on the same page, are the ‘Privacy’ and ‘options victoria secret pink rain jacketsignified by three dots. Should a user be concerned about the privacy policies, this button redirects you straight to the respective webpage. The three dots ‘options‘ button is a shortcut to a number of features of the app.

On the Accounts page, along with the indispensable ‘available balance’, ‘account details’, ‘recent transactions’, and so forth, a distinctly discoverable feature is Today’s Snapshot. This attribute graphically displays the user’s daily and weekly card usage. In my opinion, this affordance of the app enhances user experience.

The Activity page lists all card, check, and transfer transactions in chronological order alongside respective dates, amounts in question, and remaining balance. While the debited amounts are in red with a ‘-’ subtraction sign preceding them, credited amounts are in blue. This characteristic of the app helps the user instantly recognize a transaction as either payment made or received. This well designed feedback and conceptual model helps to bridge the gulf of evaluation.

On this very list, some transactions have a gray chase mobile banking login on the right signifying an affordance which allows you to click and land on a page which provides more details of the transaction. However, this affordance is not available for direct deposits and non-Chase ATM transactions. If users wants more details on those, they can find it on the website. This is a constraint, of lockout nature. Most likely this is done owing to privacy and safety concerns. Hence, even though this constraint is an inconvenience, it cannot be eliminated.

A feature here which is non-discoverable is that if you slide a transaction listing towards the left, you will discover an affordance of the app which lets you split the cost and send a memo to whomsoever is concerned. There is an absence of a signifier here. The following gif could be a way of resolving this.

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A very convenient affordance of the mobile banking app is the attribute which allows one to deposit checks through it. This extremely easy function is found in the main menu on the top left corner under ‘Deposit Checks’. Exhibiting good mapping and signifiers, the app requires you to click on the noticeably large $0.00 to feed the amount specified on the check, and take a front usaa office san antonio back image of the check by clicking on the camera icons right under. The app automatically detects the routing and account numbers, and does not ask the user to manually feed them in.

The bottom most feature under the same main menu is ‘ATM & Branch’. This attribute saves me a switch to another app and allows me to look up ATM and bank branch locations on the app itself. One can look for something near to their current location, or type in an address, or even just click on the map icon on the top right to see all locations. Chase mobile app has impressive mapping here. White place markers on the map identify every location in the city, and details of the one which is blue are given in a box at the bottom of the screen. Another box, adjacent to this one, is partly visible on the screen icici lombard login the right, signifying possible sliding. As you slide, another location is detailed out and simultaneously the respective markers change color from blue to white and vice versa. This immediate mapping and feedback is excellent interaction.

Categories Design CritiquesИсточник: http://ixd.prattsi.org/2019/09/design-critique-jp-morgan-chase-mobile-banking-ios-version/

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Co-authored with Niels Croese (SfyLabs) and Lukas Stefanko (ESET)

Recently, the mobile threat intelligence team at Avast collaborated with researchers at ESET and SfyLabs to examine a new version of BankBot, a piece of mobile banking malware that has snuck into Google Play on numerous occasions this year, targeting apps of large banks including WellsFargo, Chase, DiBa and Citibank and their users in the U.S., Australia, Germany, Netherlands, France, Poland, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Greece, Russia, Dominican Republic, Singapore and Philippines.

The new version of BankBot has been hiding in apps that pose as supposedly trustworthy flashlight apps, tricking users into downloading them, in a first campaign. In a second campaign,  the solitaire games and a cleaner app have been dropping additional kinds of malware besides BankBot, called Mazar and Red Alert (Mazar was recently described by ESET and we won’t dive into the details here). However, instead of bringing light, joy and convenience into their users’ lives, the dark intention of these apps has been to spy on users, collect their bank login details and steal their money.

Google previously removed older versions of BankBot-carrying apps from the Play Store within days. However, several versions remained active until November 17th. This was long enough for the apps to infect thousands of users.

Google has scanning and vetting measures in place for all apps submitted to the Play Store to ensure no malicious programs enter. But in their latest campaigns, authors of mobile banking trojans have started to use special techniques to circumvent Google’s automated detections, commencing malicious activities two hours after the user gave device administrator rights to the app. Also, they published the apps under different developer names which is a common technique used to circumvent Google’s checks.

The malicious activities include the installation of a fake user interface that’s laid over the clean banking app when it’s opened by the user. As soon as the user’s bank details are entered they are collected by the criminal. In some countries, banks use transaction authentication numbers (TANs), a form of two-factor authentication required to conduct online transfers often used by European banks. The authors of BankBot intercept their victims’ text message that includes the mobile TAN, allowing them to carry out bank transfers on the user's behalf.

This malware shows similarities with the kind Trend Micro blogged about in September.

BankBot - Technical description

We spotted the first sample of the new BankBot malware version in Google Play on October 13, 2017. It was hidden in the “Tornado FlashLight” (com.andrtorn.app) and later appeared in the “Lamp For DarkNess” and “Sea FlashLight” apps.

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The sample runs undetected without altering the performance or functionality of the flash lights.

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The flashlight apps including the BankBot malware
really did have flashlight functionalities

In late October and November, a smartphone cleaning app and multiple Solitaire gaming apps appeared with the malware embedded, for the aforementioned second campaign. 

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Infected Solitaire gaming app from the second wave

As soon as these apps are downloaded, the malware activates. It checks what applications are installed on the infected device against a hard coded, pre-computed SHA1 list of 160 mobile apps. The package names are hashed, and therefore we’ve only been able to identify 132 of them. This list includes apps from Wells Fargo and Chase in the U.S., Credit Agricole in France, Santander in Spain, Commerzbank in Germany and many others ok google nearest citibank around the world. You can find a full list of targeted apps at the end of this post.

If the malware is able to identify one or more apps from the SHA1 list installed on the phone, it initiates a car rental near corolla nc - an expression used for an Android application component that can perform long-running operations in the background. The service includes a dropper functionality that allows it to download another application from a webserver in order to install it on the device.

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Comparison of the old and new BankBot version: The new variant first downloads/drops the payload from an external source

The malware communicates with its Command and Control (C&C) server through Google’s Firebase service in order to hide and use encrypted communication:

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The malware also runs the same check when the device is booted. If it discovers one of the apps on the device, the service will launch.

Once launched, the service will try to trick the victim into giving the app admin rights by pretending to be a Play Store (or system) update using a similar icon and package name:

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Dropped app imitating the Google design

Two hours after obtaining admin rights the malware will start downloading its payload, the BankBot APK (com.vdn.market.plugin.upd). We believe the cyber criminals use this two hour window to evade Google’s checks. This is the same for all dropper samples and each time the BankBot APK is downloaded from hxxp://138.201.166.31/kjsdf.tmp:

Bankbot-8.png

Once the payload is downloaded from the C&C server, the malware tries to install the APK using the standard Android installation mechanism for applications hosted outside the Google Play store. Npr one app requires the smartphone to be set up to accept installations from unknown sources. If this is not enabled, Android will display an error and the fifth third bank credit card login will terminate.

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Otherwise, the user is asked to accept in order to continue the installation.

Unlike this newer version of BankBot, droppers from previous campaigns were far more sophisticated. They applied techniques such as performing clicks in the background via an Accessibility Service to enable the installation from unknown sources. Google blocked this service for all applications this fall, except those designed to provide services for the blind. Therefore, the new BankBot version cannot utilize this mechanism any more.

Bankbot-10-1.png1st state bank hours name and icon of the package to install the malware tries to make the user think it is a Google Play update. Once the installation has finished, the new APK will also request device admin rights.

The dropped APK checks for different indicators on whether it's running inside an emulator or directly on the device. These anti-sandbox checks can help the malware bypass or delay detections from different antivirus engines:

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When the user opens one of the aforementioned banking apps, the dropped app is activated and creates an overlay on top of the genuine banking app. The Avast Threat Labs tested this mechanism with the app of the local Czech Airbank. In the video below, you can see how an overlay is created within milliseconds. When the user enters their bank details, they are sent to the cyber criminal.   


Text message stealing function

Many banks use two-factor-authentication methods to ensure a transaction is secure and initiated only by the bank’s customer. BankBot includes a functionality that allows it to steal text messages, so if the mobile transaction number (mTAN) is sent to the customer’s phone, the cyber criminals behind BankBot can access it and use it to transfer money to their own accounts.

The malware is not active in the Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. This is most likely to protect the cyber criminals from receiving unwanted attention from law enforcement authorities in these countries.

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Interestingly enough, even though the dropper apps that appeared in early October have been waukesha state bank pewaukee hours from Google Play, they were not detected by Play Protect which allowed them to enter the Play store in the first place. The same applies for the malware that is dropped by the dropper.

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 Infected Solitaire gaming app from the second waveFrom the second wave

How you can protect yourself from mobile banking Trojans:

We recommend users take the following steps to protect themselves from mobile banking Trojans:

  • Confirm that the app you are using is a verified banking app. If the interface looks unfamiliar or odd, double-check with the bank’s customer service team
  • Use two-factor authentication if your bank offers it as an option.
  • Only rely on trusted app stores, such as Google Play or Apple’s App Store. Even though the malware slipped into Google Play, its payload was downloaded from an external source. If you deactivate the option to download apps from other sources, you will be safe from this type of banking trojan activating on your phone
  • Before downloading a new app, check its user ratings. If other users are complaining about a bad user experience, it might be an app to avoid
  • Pay attention to the permissions an app requests. If a flashlight app requests access to your contacts, photos and media files, treat this as a red flag.
  • Often, malware will ask to become device administrator to get control over your device. Don’t give this permission to an app unless you know this really is necessary for an app to work.Use a security app like Avast Mobile Security or AVG Antivirus for Android that detects and protects you from BankBot

IOC 

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Samples in Play Store

First Campaign

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Payload Downloaded

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Second Campaign

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Hosts

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Control Panel

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Targeted Apps

ar.nbad.emobile.android.mobilebank

at.bawag.mbanking

at.spardat.bcrmobile

at.spardat.netbanking

au.com.bankwest.mobile

au.com.cua.mb

au.com.ingdirect.android

au.com.nab.mobile

au.com.newcastlepermanent

au.com.suncorp.SuncorpBank

ch.raiffeisen.android

com.EurobankEFG

com.adcb.bank

com.adib.mbs

com.advantage.RaiffeisenBank

com.akbank.android.apps.akbank_direkt

com.anz.SingaporeDigitalBanking

com.bankaustria.android.olb

com.bankofqueensland.boq

com.barclays.ke.mobile.android.ui

com.bbva.bbvacontigo

com.bbva.netcash

com.bendigobank.mobile

com.bmo.mobile

com.caisseepargne.android.mobilebanking

com.cajamar.Cajamar

com.cbd.mobile

com.chase.sig.android

com.cibc.android.mobi

com.citibank.mobile.au

com.clairmail.fth

com.cm_prod.bad

com.comarch.mobile

com.comarch.mobile.banking.bnpparibas

com.commbank.netbank

com.csam.icici.bank.imobile

com.csg.cs.dnmb

com.db.mm.deutschebank

com.db.mm.norisbank

com.dib.app

com.finansbank.mobile.cepsube

com.finanteq.finance.ca

com.garanti.cepsubesi

com.getingroup.mobilebanking

com.htsu.hsbcpersonalbanking

com.imb.banking2

com.infonow.bofa

com.ing.diba.mbbr2

com.ing.mobile

com.isis_papyrus.raiffeisen_pay_eyewdg

com.konylabs.capitalone

com.mobileloft.alpha.droid

com.moneybookers.skrillpayments

com.moneybookers.skrillpayments.neteller

com.palatine.android.mobilebanking.prod

com.pozitron.iscep

com.rak

com.rsi

com.sbi.SBIFreedomPlus

com.scb.breezebanking.hk

com.snapwork.hdfc

com.starfinanz.smob.android.sfinanzstatus

com.suntrust.mobilebanking

com.targo_prod.bad

com.tmobtech.halkbank

com.ubs.swidKXJ.android

com.unicredit

com.unionbank.ecommerce.mobile.android

com.usaa.mobile.android.usaa

com.usbank.mobilebanking

com.vakifbank.mobile

com.vipera.ts.starter.FGB

com.vipera.ts.starter.MashreqAE

com.wf.wellsfargomobile

com.ykb.android

com.ziraat.ziraatmobil

cz.airbank.android

cz.csob.smartbanking

cz.sberbankcz

de.comdirect.android

de.commerzbanking.mobil

de.direkt1822.banking

de.dkb.portalapp

de.fiducia.smartphone.android.banking.vr

de.postbank.finanzassistent

de.sdvrz.ihb.mobile.app

enbd.mobilebanking

es.bancosantander.apps

es.cm.android

es.ibercaja.ibercajaapp

es.lacaixa.mobile.android.newwapicon

es.univia.unicajamovil

eu.eleader.mobilebanking.pekao

eu.eleader.mobilebanking.pekao.firm

eu.inmite.prj.kb.mobilbank

eu.unicreditgroup.hvbapptan

fr.banquepopulaire.cyberplus

fr.creditagricole.androidapp

fr.laposte.lapostemobile

fr.lcl.android.customerarea

gr.winbank.mobile

hr.asseco.android.jimba.mUCI.ro

in.co.bankofbaroda.mpassbook

may.maybank.android

mbanking.NBG

mobi.societegenerale.mobile.lappli

mobile.santander.de

net.bnpparibas.mescomptes

net.inverline.bancosabadell.officelocator.android

nz.co.anz.android.mobilebanking

nz.co.asb.asbmobile

nz.co.bnz.droidbanking

nz.co.kiwibank.mobile

nz.co.westpac

org.banksa.bank

org.bom.bank

org.stgeorge.bank

org.westpac.bank

pl.bzwbk.bzwbk24

pl.bzwbk.ibiznes24

pl.ipko.mobile

pl.mbank

pt.bancobpi.mobile.fiabilizacao

pt.cgd.caixadirecta

pt.novobanco.nbapp

ro.btrl.mobile

src.com.idbi

wit.android.bcpBankingApp.activoBank

wit.android.bcpBankingApp.millennium

wit.android.bcpBankingApp.millenniumPL

www.ingdirect.nativeframe 

 

 

 

Источник: https://blog.avast.com/mobile-banking-trojan-sneaks-into-google-play-targeting-wells-fargo-chase-and-citibank-customers

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