ATM Jackpotting is Just a Symptom

This was originally posted as an INSIGHT for Wolf & Company, P.C. here. ATM Jackpotting attacks have been making the rounds through the news cycles, but much of the commentary has been missing the point: these attacks are merely a symptom of a bigger issue surrounding ATM management. Many of the controls organizations are implementing on … Continue reading ATM Jackpotting is Just a Symptom

New Cashout Malware Dubbed Alice

Last week Trend Micro wrote about a new ATM Malware Variant Alice. This discovery was unique, as this malware was found to have very specific goals, and very little interaction. This malware had been designed to allow a thief to view the bill count and denomination in the ATM, and specifically target those bills until the … Continue reading New Cashout Malware Dubbed Alice

Combating the Rising Threat of “Smart” Devices

This was originally posted as an INSIGHT for Wolf & Company, P.C. here   Continuing our series of takeaways from DEF CON 24 – last month we discussed How Hackers Are Attacking Mobile Devices – we’re turning the focus to Anthony Rose’s presentation, “Picking Bluetooth low Energy Locks from a Quarter Mile Away.” This presentation is particularly relevant … Continue reading Combating the Rising Threat of “Smart” Devices