A new type of malware is being used to drain ATMs in Mexico of all the cash they contain.
A new type of malware that can be used to compromise ATMs independently of who their manufacturer is, and can make the machine steal card data but also the cards themselves, has been spotted by FireEye researchers.
Tens of millions of dollars, credit cards and intellectual property stolen by a new group of cyber criminals.
Once again, ATMs have been "hacked" by individuals taking advantage of default, factory-set passcodes.
Kaspersky Lab performed a forensic investigation into cybercriminal attacks targeting multiple ATMs around the world.
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