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How Safecrackers Can Unlock an ATM in Minutes?Without Leaving a Trace


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The New York Times
SOURCE: https://www.wired.com/story/atm-lock-hack-electric-leaks/
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But now those involuntary murmurs are electric, and the combination they betray takes the form of ones and zeros in transit between a lock's silicon chips.At the Defcon hacker conference Friday, security researcher Mike Davis will present the results of years of research into a family of electronic safe locks all sold by Switzerland-based lock giant Dormakaba. Over the last two and a half years, Davis has found techniques to crack three different types of the Kaba Mas high-security electronic combination locks the company has sold for securing ATM safes, pharmacy drug cabinets, and even Department of Defense facilities, representing millions of locks around the world. "It's pretty easy to see the difference."The oscilloscope setup that allows Mike Davis to crack Dormakaba’s Cencon lock in minutes.Two models of the Kaba Mas locks, the Cencon locks Dormakaba sells for use on ATM vaults and the Auditcon locks it markets for use in pharmacies, have a port on their left side that Davis says offers easy access for his voltage probes. That version uses AES encryption to protect the lock's combination in memory, Davis says, so that it can't be read when it's transferred to the CPU.

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