A 21-year-old Connecticut woman on Tuesday pleaded guilty to participating in an ATM skimming operation between February and July, the U.S. attorney's office in Connecticut said. Gabriella Graham of New Haven admitted to helping produce cloned cards that were created using details stolen form bank customers who used compromised ATMs. Prosecutors said members of the racket fitted skimming devices and PIN-reading cameras on cash machines at 11 banks and credit unions. In total, 250 accounts were victimized, resulting in fraud losses of more than $336,000.
Vulnerable SSH servers could be compromised to secure private RSA host keys through a new passive attack method that involves the observation of computational faults during the signing process that exposes the private keys, The Hacker News reports.
BleepingComputer reports that widely used 3D computer graphics software suite Blender has been impacted by site outages due to distributed denial-of-service attacks that have been ongoing since the weekend.
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