Several ATM along Europe affected by malware
A group of cyber criminals have forced ATM along Europe to split money without control and with no need to physically force them. This jackpotting affects at least two of the mayor manufacturers, NCR y Diebold Nixdorf, who have stated to be working with customers on mitigation. It seems the infection vector is an email with malicious attachments that infects the bank objective, thus allowing the criminals to call the ATM and make them split the money at a precise time.
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