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.