Top Tech News - Brinks Safe Can Be Hacked in 60 Seconds With Just a USB Stick

When it comes to securing cash, companies might be better off relying on old-school mechanical safes instead of the latest computerized models. That's because a thief using only a USB stick and a few lines of code can hack into these new safes used by restaurants, convenience stores, and retailers. The discovery was reportedly made by researchers at Bishop Fox, a software security firm.

To learn more about this exploit and other vulnerabilities in the smart safe, read what the research team had to say in this Top Tech News piece: Brinks Safe Can Be Hacked in 60 Seconds with Just a USB Stick