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What's the standard protocol for secure contactless communication

A contactless smartcard has to communicate with a reader in a secure way. The ICAO standard, for example, defines an encryption key (check BAC, EAC and PACE), so that the communication is not ...
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NXP NTAG 21x/Desfire password protection and Original signature, protects against cloning?

Hi i saw a few threads about NFC NTAG against cloning and NTAG Desfire , i just want to find out if NTAG 21x with their "New" password protection and "Original Signature against cloning" really does ...
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Code execution through JSP RFI?

I'm working on improving my understanding of RFI (Remote File Inclusion), especially in JSP apps. I've created a vulnerable application that imports a JSP page from another server to replicate the ...
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How secure is the “read-only” feature of a passive NFC tags?

I want to write some data in a NFC tag (probably mifare) then put a permanent lock to it, so it can be read-only. How secure is that ? As in, how am I certain that nobody every will be able to ...
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How to get all mifare UIDs of nearby tags?

Is there a way to list all nearby tags around reader using libnfc? By default reader communicates just with one card, but mifare classic has its anticollision protocol in case more cards answer ...
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How Mifare classic nested attack works?

I familiarised myself with all available docs on mifare nested attack available, yet I fail to see how predicting tag nonce can help cracking keys. When tag sends nonce (N_t), key stream ks1 is ...