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ATM malware strain sold on ATMjackpot


ATM malware strain sold on ATMjackpot

 A new darknet market website named ATMjackpot is selling an ATM malware named Cutlet Marker for $1,500 worth of Bitcoin, which can allow attackers to withdraw money from ATMs. This deed can be done by getting access to the ATM’s USB port and running the malware. Once the ATM’s USB port is accessible, attackers are supposed to connect it with USB hub which in turn connects to a wireless keyboard and mouse and a Flash storage device on which malware is stored. Malware package consists of Cutlet Maker and Stimulator. The main app, Cutlet Maker is designed to interact with the ATM’s software APIs and the Stimulator is to get the content of each of the ATM’s cash cassettes. After connecting the hub, attackers must run the malware which will generate a code, is needed to get the Wipro Secure Eye – Threat Intelligence Report -2- password from the ATMjackpot website that unlocks the Cutlet Maker app. Attackers then use Stimulator to query the current ATM cassette balance and to dish out the money. ATMjackpot website hosted four videos that elucidates the process and even stated that the malware works on any Wincor Nixdorf ATM

 

#ATM malware strain sold on ATMjackpot


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