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Hackers Steal Millions In Cash From ATMs, Using Tyupkin Malware
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Dr.T
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10/8/2014 | 3:58:20 PM
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Sure, they just want to finish their work on this and go to next one. They do not really want to spend so much time on one machine. This is like a cheating, trying to hack without so much effort. :--)).
Dr.T
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10/8/2014 | 3:56:30 PM
Re: Non only skimmer
Yes, banks know that it is there and their machine is exposed to outside world and available 24/7 so there has to be additional security measures such as cameras.
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10/8/2014 | 3:54:31 PM
Not in US yet?
I am surprised this is not happening in US yet. Maybe thankfully. :--)). This is another indicator that there is not limit on what you can hack, it can be it can be your computer or mobile device or it can be ATM and POS devices. Attackers have advanced their skills in recent years and they have been using very sophisticated tools. 
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10/8/2014 | 2:28:11 PM
Re: Non only skimmer
Exactly!
Marilyn Cohodas
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10/8/2014 | 11:04:47 AM
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"the attackers only went after machines that did not have security alarms installed."

Talk about making it easy for them...
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10/8/2014 | 10:55:28 AM
Non only skimmer
Physical security is essential and similar attacks could be successfully conducted is system are not properly defended and run on outdated or not upgraded OS.

banking industry must be aware of the increasing activities of new gangs.


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