Concerns over Windows cashpoints

Monday, 1 November 2004, 1:57 AM EST

Cash machine networks could soon be more susceptible to computer viruses, a security firm has warned.

The warning is being issued because many banks are starting to use the Windows operating system in machines.

Already there have been four incidents in which Windows viruses have disrupted networks of cash machines running the Microsoft operating system.

At the BBC.

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