Once again, ATMs have been "hacked" by individuals taking advantage of default, factory-set passcodes.
Researchers from Newcastle University have discovered a serious flaw in Visa’s contactless credit cards which could allow attackers to siphon large amounts of money off users' bank accounts without them even noticing.
The Dyre/Dyreza banking Trojan has lately become very popular with cyber criminals - so much so that the US-CERT has issued an alert warning about the danger.
The chip and PIN payment card system - or EMV - is considered to be more secure than the magnetic strip one, but it's also not bulletproof.
Kaspersky Lab performed a forensic investigation into cybercriminal attacks targeting multiple ATMs around the world.