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This is how someone can hack your ATM card with an infrared camera
posted September 13 2011 7:50.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Covering your hand when inserting the pin may not be enough to make sure that no one will steal your card pin. Modern hackers have found a way to "see" which keys you press and in which order. Using infrared cameras it's easy to reveal your secret code!

[Link: discovery]
Tags: crazy hack   infrared   crime   security   

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