I'm curious why an ATM computer is considered secure. The general adage of "If an attacker has physical access to my machine, all bets are off," seems to not apply in this circumstance (since ...
Where I live my ISP does not give IP addresses out. My external IP address is the same as my external if I plug directly into the wall with no router. My ISP does give everybody a "router", that is ...
Apparently a computer system protected by a a login password, e.g. Windows XP, can be easily hacked by someone with physical access to it using methods like this one: ...