Penitent Romanian Hacker Aims to Protect World's ATMs
May 20, 2013
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A Romanian hacker serving a prison term for manipulating automated teller machines (ATMs) says he has invented a device that can make the world's cash dispensers impregnable even to tech-savvy criminals.
TheStreet (Mar. 17, 2014) Major banks in the U.S. and U.K. have until April 8 to update software in their ATM network or risk a pricey invoice from Microsoft. As early as 2007, the tech giant warned its support for Windows XP ... watch video
Reuters - Business Video Online (Apr. 7, 2014) On April 8, Microsoft ends its Windows XP support, which has caused some concern that ATMs that use the operating system may be vulnerable. Vanessa Johnston reports.
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