When we think of ATM attacks, we usually think of skimming, or eavesdropping by hidden cameras or even basic shoulder-surfing. However, Randy Abrams has flagged an interesting story on the ESET blog.
Apparently, crooks in San Francisco have been using superglue on some cash machine keys. While the victim is getting help inside the bank, the crook withdraws his cash using the touch screen.
Fortunately, both Randy and the San Francisco police suggest mitigations…
Full story from CBS here.
David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
Small Blue-Green World
ESET Senior Research Fellow