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[Fwd: London DEFCON meet this Wednesday - more fun with RFID!]
From: Adam Laurie <adam.laurie () thebunker net>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 16:40:28 +0100

For some reason this didn't make it to the list, so forwarding...

cheers,
Adam
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--- Begin Message --- From: Major Malfunction <majormal () pirate-radio org>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 10:49:17 +0100
Folks,

Just a quick reminder of this Wednesday's DEFCON meet - it will be in Charing Cross, as per last month, starting at 19:30.

Map is here:

http://www.multimap.com/map/browse.cgi?lat=51.4857&lon=-0.2194&scale=5000&icon=x

More detail here:

  http://www.dc4420.org/

After last month's successful reading of RFID passports, I've now done some more work and can read all the stored data including digital picture and personal information, so, again, it would be great to see some other passports for further testing...

Also, I will be providing a sneak preview of my work on 'true' cloning of RFID devices - I am now able to copy some RFID TAGS not just as far as their contents, but also their 'unique' IDs, and, most importantly, this is done using the same form factor as the original, so by every definition of the word this is a true 'clone'. :)

I look forward to seeing you there...

cheers,
MM
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