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What is ATM Malware?
ATM malware is malicious software designed to compromise automated teller machines (ATMs) by exploiting vulnerabilities in the machine’s hardware or software. ATM malware is used to commit a crime known as “jackpotting” in which attackers install malware that forces ATMs to dispense large amounts of cash on command. ATM malware can also be used to steal financial information captured at ATM terminals, such as payment card numbers and PIN codes.
How are ATMs infected?
The installation of ATM malware typically requires physical access to an ATM via the machine’s USB port or CD-ROM drive. However, some advanced attacks involve compromising the bank’s internal network in order to install malware on ATMs without physical access.
Ploutus malware used by several cashiers to empty ATMs through an external keyboard attached to the machine or via SMS message.
It is a standard ATM-dispensing malware; attackers use this to empty ATM without a card.
It will simply empty the safe of ATMs. Alice directly connects with CurrencyDispenser1, upon entering correct PIN it opens operator panel which shows the cassettes were money loaded.
It is a self-paced where the threat actors provide manuals, details such as the required equipment, targeted ATMs models, as well as tips and tricks for the malware’s operation.
This type of malware does not affect bank customers directly; it is intended for the theft of cash from specific vendor ATMs.
It targets Eastern European countries. It is a timely malware to be operated on specific periods.
Attackers need to gain physical access to the ATM to infect them with Tyupkin malware, once the machine infected it disables all the network connections, even if the administrators spotted the suspicious activity it is not possible to shut down.
It is the first skimmer malware designed to steal bank card numbers and details of the account and owner details stored on the magnetic stripe attached to the real payment terminals so that they can harvest data from every person that swipes their cards.
Hackers place skimmer that includes a camera, over the built-in customer-facing security camera in ATMs and angles them toward ATM PIN pad to record the user’s PIN.
It monitors incoming messages and intercepts attacker-generated fraudulent transaction requests to prevent them from reaching the switch application that processes transactions.
It contains logic that generates one of three fraudulent responses to fraudulent transaction requests.
Fastcash reads all incoming network traffic looking for ISO 8583 messages and the primary account number.
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