US authorities have made arrests of several suspects they believe are behind the first ATM jackpotting incidents in the US.
Two of the world's largest ATM manufacturers have issued security alerts regarding ATM jackpotting attacks being detected in the US for the first time.
A hacker or hacker group is selling a strain of ATM malware that can make ATMs spit out cash just by connecting to its USB port and running the malware.
Security researchers have discovered a new ATM malware strain named ATMii that targets only ATMs running on Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
Hackers are using a combination of low and high-tech attacks to make ATMS spit out cash, according to Kaspersky researcher Igor Soumenkov, who presented this novel attack at this year's Security Analyst Summit, taking place in St. Maarten this week.
Security researchers have uncovered one of the most sophisticated ATM heists to date, involving a group of cyber criminals specialized in hacking bank networks using fileless malware, and ATM malware that spits out cash and then self-deletes.
Taiwanese authorities sentenced three crooks they arrested last summer to five years in prison for their role in a massive ATM heist operation that involved a total of 22 individuals.
Berlin police mocked a group of bungling crooks that tried to rob an ATM, but instead of malware they chose explosives, which they unwittingly placed near a device that issued bank statements, and not the actual money-dispensing ATM.