An FBI warning of a Cash Out attack which involves the use of ATMs, proved all too credible. The warning is very likely related to a massive attack on the Cosmos Cooperative Bank in Pune, India where thieves made off with $13.5 Million. Outsource ATM is happy to provide tips on how to protect your financial institution from these types of attacks.
ATM Jackpotting attacks have recently moved from Mexico to the United States. This relatively new phenomenon, utilizes a malware known as Ploutus-D, which compromises components of a well-known multivendor ATM software to gain control of hardware devices such as the dispenser, card reader and pin pad – allowing thieves to dispense all the cash within the machine in a few moments.
ATM software experts warned that the Windows 7 migration was sure to be short-lived. And as predicted, Microsoft made the official announcement early last year – Windows 7 extended support will end on January 14, 2020. Learn what you need to be doing now to prepare for the migration to Windows 10.