Banks are only now getting around to replacing Windows XP on their ATMs with Windows 7, but why bother? Windows 8 should work at least as well and has a longer support life.
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Why would anyone with the ability to execute Backdoor.Ploutus, which Symantec says is used to rob ATMs with text messages, bother with it?
With the end of Windows XP support looming, ATMs worldwide are left vulnerable -- and cyberattackers are taking advantage of the fact.
Netcraft has identified large numbers of phishing and malware sites built on compromised WordPress blogs. The popular blogging platform is also popular with Internet criminals.
One man involved in the case faces up to five years in prison for distributing copyrighted apps without permission.
Malicious RTF files could execute code. Microsoft has released a "Fix it" temporary workaround which disables RTF support in Word.