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ATMs Raided With Ploutus as Windows XP Zero Day Approaches

Windows XP will be officially discontinued on 8 April, but the legend platform is far from becoming extinct. 95% of the world’s ATMs are still powered by the 12-year old operating system, opening the door for Ploutus attacks. More and more hackers are using SMS messages to steal money. As informed in our previous Windows

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ATMs Robbed With Malicious USB Drives

Lovers of the “Terminator” movie series surely remember how John Connor used his cool “binary code gadget” to hack into his local ATM machine. Technology has changed a lot since the early nineties, but hackers are still milking ATMs using malware-loaded USB drives. It’s estimated that millions of dollars have already been stolen in Europe

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Cryptolocker – Nasty Ransomware Wrecking Havoc Worldwide

If you own a PC running Windows, you are vulnerable to Cryptolocker. This Trojan entered the spotlight in late 2013 and is not showing any signs of slowing down. It’s very important to understand and be aware of this fast-spreading ransomware, which has already earned its operators lots of money. The dreaded Trojan initially spread only via emails.

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