ATM Attacks

Wolfe, Daniel
June 2009
American Banker;6/10/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 110, p5
Trade Publication
The author reports that automated teller machines (ATM) with malicious software have been found in the Ukraine and Russia. The author states that the malware on these ATM can only be installed with the assistance of someone who works in a bank. The way in which this software lets criminals control ATM is mentioned.


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