‫ Criminals pilfer ATMs with malware infected USB drives

ID: IRCNE2014012056
Date: 2014-01-01
According to "cnet", it was recently revealed that thieves were able to access loads of ATM money by injecting machines with malware using USB drives, according to the BBC.
Apparently, the criminals manually cut holes in the machines to plug in USB sticks that then installed malware on the system. Once the machines were infected, the robbers would patch the holes on the dispensers.
According to the BBC, researchers presented the details of the robberies during the recent Chaos Computing Congress in Hamburg, Germany.
These researchers explained that the malware allowed the thieves to create a unique interface on the ATMs by typing in a 12-digit code. This interface allowed for withdrawal and also showed the criminals the amount of money and each bill denomination inside the machines.


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