A recent study found that white hat hackers were successful in 88 percent of attempts to visually hack sensitive information.
It's not yet clear how much data the attackers have taken.
The company says it has investigated the software and hasn't found 'any evidence to substantiate security concerns.'
The group's tools are capable of reprogramming hard drive firmware, allowing infections to survive disk formatting and OS reinstallation.
Banks were infected for between two and four months, with $2.5 million to $10 million stolen in case.
The FBI is investigating the attack.
Credit card numbers and Social Security numbers appear to have been accessed.
The hackers briefly posted threats on Twitter before the accounts were suspended and returned to CENTCOM's control.
Affected customers had apparently reused their passwords on other sites that had been breached.
The websites of the German chancellor and foreign ministry were both attacked by the CyberBerkut hacker group.