According to the Popular Mechanics article RFID Credit Cards and Theft: Tech Clinic, the fact that many new credit/debit cards have a RFID chip embedded on it, there is a risk (albeit, small according ...
Is it possible to clone an RFID/NFC card using a simple RFID reader, for future reuse and impersonation?
RFID/NFC technology is used in credit cards and many other personal identification applications. Is it possible/how easy is it to clone a card using a simple RFID reader? In other words, can the ...
I would like to get more knowledge around RFID-systems auditing. Does anyone have a basic guide step-by-step which I can use to set up a lab with proper RFID "sniffing" equipment? I would like to ...
I have seen advertised several times now products that claim to "protect" contactless payment cards (e.g. special sleeves, wallets). What exactly do these products protect against? Is it just ...
In many organizations these days, employee IDs are very mutli-functional. They can serve as: Visual identitiy verification. (Including employee photo, name, ID number, and other details on the ...
I have a RFID chip that has a digital signature using RSA and has data hashed using SHA1. I would like to compare data from the chip and user input in a program but I believe in order to do that I ...
The new Samsung SGS3 is equiped with Near Field Communications, which is basically an RFID reader inside the mobile phone. The RFID reader can be programmed to execute commands or run programs. What ...
Recently (well, a few months or even a year ago), my bank, here in Australia, introduced this PayWave technology to their Visa debit cards. They claim it's secure, but all they talk about is their ...