Eye of Banks, All-Seeing, All-Knowing

Eye of Banks, All-Seeing, All-Knowing

Have the banks wised up?

Citibank Sends “Hey, You’ve Been Hacked” Postcard

Citibank Sends “Hey, You’ve Been Hacked” Postcard

Software Weak Link in ATM Scam Fingered

Software Weak Link in ATM Scam Fingered

The mystery third party transaction software provider implicated in the ATM debit card scam scandal may have been named by VISA.

Scamming ATM Cards for Fun and Profit

Scamming ATM Cards for Fun and Profit

It’s a lot easier than you might think for the Ruskies to start vacuuming funds from your account after they steal the account number and PIN codes from Office Max.

ATM Scam UPDATE: Crooks Caught!

ATM Scam UPDATE: Crooks Caught!

Rest a little easier, the “Russian Connection” ATM scammers have been captured.

ATM Hack Fallout

The ATM PIN block attacks has other consequences besides just your money getting siphoned off by scammers 2,000 miles away.

ATM Hack: The Tip of the Iceberg

ATM Hack: The Tip of the Iceberg

Two stories giving some perspective on the ATM break:

Depth and Breadth of ATM Scam Continues to Astound

Would you like to see something scary?

‘The Russian Connection’ ATM Scammers Messed With Texas

‘The Russian Connection’ ATM Scammers Messed With Texas

Here’s a good article on how about 30 people in College Station, TX got hit by thieves operating very similarly to the big ATM scandal we can’t stop talking about. Similarities between these stories and others we’ve posted include:

The Office Hax ‘Guarantee’

The Office Hax ‘Guarantee’

ATM Fraud Update

Ok, so hackers snagged possibly up to six figures of people’s debit card info from an unspecified retailer’s security breach. But who? WHO is the retailer stupid enough to let this happen?

WaMu Charging ATM Fees for Non-Customers

WaMu Charging ATM Fees for Non-Customers

This news is a bit crusty, but we just now noticed it, and it affects us directly, so suck it up. Washington Mutual, who not two years ago pushed a massive ‘The Buck-Fifty Stops Here’ campaign in New York to promote their no-cost ATMs, has—wait for it—started charging ATM fees for non-customers. We certainly don’t recall a huge ad campaign telling everyone the fees were being reinstated after five years.