There is no link below :-( lol
My buddy used to work on these things.
He said you can easily make the machine thinks it's spitting out ones instead of $20s lol
Withdraw $20... and you'll get $400.
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quick start robbing atms before they change them
Where is the link????
"magically grabs the code, then runs over to an ATM..." lol that would be a great fast way to to grab a new build :D
I read about this elsewhere because there's no link here.
The guy tried to hide the manufacture's names and the exact method of cracking them, but two of the machines displayed logos on the screens anyway. He notified the manufacturers as to the vulnerabilities the machines have long ago, and updated code has already been applied to many of the ATM's throughout the country. Yes, he cracked them, but revealed it all responsibly too.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
I wonder how they could have hacked such a perfect system.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
lol looks like a pretty good security measure to me Evil.. in 7 days no one will be able to use that ATM at all.. let alone hack it! lol
lol 3vi1, what acarzt said :D. But looks like someone wasn't do their part of the job when putting this together... :)
Love that pic...What is that, Playschools "My first ATM"?
John Conner was doing this back in the 90's, maybe this is how Skynet takes over:P
Good to see "Ethical Hacking"
Somebody get that man an application!!!!
People do this kind of hacking all the time. It's just rare you actually hear about it :-P
@lonewolf: "Ethical Hacking"
The guy works for a computer security firm. He's uncovered many vulnerabilities in OS's and Browsers in the past. It's his day job.
He did this project at home, in his spare time, with his own money, then told the affected ATM makers far in advance, about how he did it without sharing his exact techniques with the world when he announced.
Sounds ethical to me.
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