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"Ransomware attack appears to be causing glitches at many ATMs that work on Random Access Memory (RAM). Old ATMs are affected by the malware," State Bank of India Officers' Association Secretary General R. Ramesh told IANS here.
New Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) with Microsoft's Windows 10, however, were not affected by the ransomware.
"My mother returned from an SBI ATM without drawing cash as it remained shut with 'No Cash' sign board on the machine," lamented S.
Ramya, a college student.
"There is enough cash with the banks for withdrawals through the counters. Customers need not worry about their security of their money," reiterated Srinivas.