[SecurityWeek] Belarusian Nationals Arrested for Hacking ATMs Across Europe

Two Belarusian nationals were arrested earlier this month in Poland on the suspicion they engaged in multiple ATM jackpotting attacks.

The two are believed to have committed dozens of ATM jackpotting attacks (also known as Black Box attacks) in several European countries, stealing an estimated €230,000 (approximately $273,000) in cash.

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