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Experts: what ATM jackpotting malware is

Kaspersky Lab security researchers Santiago Pontiroli and Roberto Martinez explain how ATM malware works in Latin America and why it’s difficult to discover ‘jackpotting’ malware. Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit 2016 on Tenerife, Spain.

Experts: what ATM jackpotting malware is

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  1. sunny

    I see some of ATM are still using windows XP.

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