In order to stop the ATM fraud and hacking cases in the Northeast, the Assistant General Manager of State Bank of India Pradip Kumar Sen on Monday informed the Sentinel Digital that SBI will upgrade all the Windows XP based ATM machines.
Almost 200 plus ATM machines has been already updated from Windows XP and updation of 700 ATM machines is under process, informed Pradip Kumar Sen.
Furthermore, around 500 ATM machines with Windows 7 operating system are being loaded with Multi Vendor Software (MVS). ATM fraudster or hackers won't be able to clone or skim ATM cards once it is updated, stated Sen. He also mentioned that if any crook tries to skim or clone ATM cards, then ATM machine will itself turned into inactive mode.