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Home News Catch-Up ATM Fraud Artema Hybrid point-of-sale devices can be hacked remotely, researchers say - CSO
Artema Hybrid point-of-sale devices can be hacked remotely, researchers say - CSO
Friday, 13 July 2012 04:13

Artema Hybrid point-of-sale devices can be hacked remotely, researchers say
CSO
An EMV-enabled ATM or PoS will verify the authenticity of both the PIN number and the data stored on the card's chip before authorizing a transaction.Hackers can either attack a vulnerable Artema Hybrid PoS device from the network -- for example, after ...

 

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