Researchers at security firm FireEye may have found the malware responsible for plundering ATMs across Thailand and other parts of South East Asia. The security boffins reckon the Ripper malware is “strongly” linked to the plundering last week of ATMs in Thailand in which 12 million Thai baht (US$346,992 ,£265,308, A$458,432) was stolen by a gang thought to herald from Eastern Europe. Some 21 attacks were made against NCR ATMs between 9 July and 23 August, the Bangkok Post reports. Police say some of the affected machines spewed around 40,000 baht a time.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register