By having narrow viewing angles, an ATM mitigates what kind of attacks?
- dumpster diving
- shoulder surfing
- quid pro quo
- identity fraud
Explanation: Shoulder surfing is a simple attack that involves observing or looking over a shoulder of a target to gain valuable information such as PINs, access codes, or credit card details. As a result, ATM screens are only visible at certain angles. These types of safeguards make shoulder surfing much more difficult
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