Having access to the hardware seems to be the key, here. Why not lock those in a safe as will like the money? For ease of access for the security updates? It is sad when a white hat hacker passes, need more of them.
That is just one way to hack into the ATM, he said he was able to do it remotely for the second way. Condolences to his family. I remember seeing this video a couple years ago and buddy of mine were both trying to figure out the best way to do this.
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This is too sad. He was obviously smart, but he had a sound moral code and that made him magnificent. We need more like him, people that actively work to make our digital life more secure.
I like how he used his ability to hack in a good way unlike the many other people who use it to their personal benefit.
RIP, About a year ago he got me interested in how the RFID security on my insulin pump worked.
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