On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
We learned this week that security at a local Wachovia Bank ATM in Alexandria was compromised by criminals using an ATM Skimming Device. With more than $350,000 lost every day to ATM fraud, we ask what skimmers look like, how they work, and what precautions all ATM users can take to avoid falling prey to this relatively sophisticated crime growing more popular each day.
- Brian Krebs Technology Journalist; Blogger at KrebsOnSecurity.com
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