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Criminals Control, Cash Out Bank's ATM Machines
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re: Criminals Control, Cash Out Bank's ATM Machines
There's a whole slew of security options beyond encrypting the ATM's hard drive (which should be common sense.) Adding a 2nd factor for authentication between the user and the bank could be used to authorize a specific amount that's to be released. And the bank could use an out of band solution like Toopher or Duo Security to make sure the hackers couldn't intercept the authentication. Why they had USB ports in the first place is beyond me. Not that I condone stealing, but it seems like this was a lesson that needed to be learned the hard way.
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Why are USB ports installed on the ATM in the first place? Why instead are there no USB ports (given the sheer potential for breach), or just a header to which authorized personnel attach a USB dongle, or a more proprietary connector, or an optically isolated port requiring a mating component, or a USB locking device that when removed, signals for authorization to continue and in the absence of which, or . . .
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