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How to Protect ATMs from TLS Man-In-The-Middle Attacks

How to Protect ATMs from TLS Man-In-The-Middle AttacksPublication Type:
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After extensive testing DPL has confirmed that the majority of TLS enabled ATMs in North America can be jackpotted in seconds, without having to gain entry to the cabinet. This vulnerability is the result of improper TLS configuration at the ATM. If left unaddressed, this  could have widespread, negative ramifications for independent ATM deployers (IADs) and the ATM industry as a whole.  Here, we share detailed information about how to properly configure TLS and other steps you can take to protect your ATMs from being attacked.



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In operation since 1974, DPL serves over 1,200 clients, and manages over 30,000 wireless devices across North America. Our data centres process 100M+ transaction per year, equalling over $8B in financial transactions. DPL’s Hercules wireless ATM modem is not just a piece of hardware and a cellular plan. It's like having an expert part

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