String of ATMs seen at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. A trojan infected NCR Corporation, potentially posing a supply chain risk to customers of the popular point-of-sale and ATM software developer.(Photo by: Jeffrey Greenberg/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

NCR Corporation has confirmed to SC Media that it found malware-infected computers in an isolated non-production lab environment outside of the U.S., but claims its clients were never at risk of a secondary infection. 

The confirmation came after the CEO of cybersecurity firm Prevailion exclusively told SC Media that a trojan had infected the popular point-of-sale and ATM software developer, and expressed concern that this could potentially pose a supply-chain risk to customers. 

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