Malware is making ATMs 'spit cash'

Malware is making ATMs 'spit cash'
 

A Russian cybersecurity firm has issued a warning about a spate of remotely coordinated attacks on cash machines.
Hacks of banks' centralised systems had made groups of machines issue cash simultaneously, a process known as "touchless jackpotting", said Group IB.
The machines had not been physically tampered with, but "money mules" had been waiting to grab the cash and flee.
Affected countries included Armenia, Bulgaria, Estonia, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain and the UK.
But the company declined to name any specific banks.
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22 November 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 54
Source: BBC
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