How To Get Free Money From ATM Machine In Less Than 15 Minutes – However, according to current reports on the internet, you can hack any ATMs in less than 15 minutes only. We know quite well that all the banks provide their ATMs with all the security features which they tell users it is impossible for anyone to steal money from it.
Let me clarify that in today digital world nothing is impossible. Yes, here in this article we will explain why we said this phrase. Recently, a study has shown that almost everyone is vulnerable to hacking.
85% of ATMs are vulnerable, Yes, the percentage may panic your thoughts, but the study clearly shows that 85% of the ATMs which were manufactured by the well-known security companies like NCR, Diebold Nixdorf, and GRGBanking can be easily hacked remotely.
However, the most shocking thing about this vulnerability is that all of them can be hacked remotely in less than 15 minutes only. The security analysts of the public security platform, of course, Positive Technologies stated that there are four vulnerabilities where they found a lack of security features, poor network protection, and poor configuration.
The ATMs are made up of two parts, first is the armored body and second is the ‘safe.’ So, the first part, of course, the armored body contains the computer, which allows connecting to the peripherals of the ATM, such as network equipment, a keypad to put the pin codes, card reader and the connector of the money dispenser.
While the second one, of course, the ‘Safe’ which is made up of steel and cement, that contains the money dispenser and the module to accept money.
Moreover, all these ATMs use a version of the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows which is designed for ATMs only. On request to extract money, the teller sends the data to the bank’s network, and this is the one that decides whether or not to give the money.
However, they discovered that by connecting a device to the USB or the PS/2 port of the ATM, they could remove it from the kiosk mode (a secure manner that prevents to do any modification on the OS of the ATM) and execute commands to take out money.
However, an external attacker has more limitations, if one of those attackers manages to become an employee of the bank or the network operator, access to the ATM remotely. If it can not be either, you will need to be in front of the ATM, disconnect the Ethernet cable, and connect a malicious device.
Once they do that, they can make direct attacks to the cashier or to the services that are running in it, as well as man-in-the-middle attacks to intercept and modify the packages sent and received by the cashier to control it at their ease.
Thus, three main factors make it possible to hack an ATM, and they are the use of an outdated and vulnerable app or version of the operating system, the reduced configuration of app control, and sparse arrangement of the firewall. So, what do you think about this? Just share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.