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From: "Omar A. Herrera" <omar.herrera () oissg org>
Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 21:13:57 +0100

This article was published in Wired this month:

However, be aware that there are several standards of RFID cards, and some
do use encryption.

This investigation at John Hopkins University is also relevant (deals with a
specific model of RFID tags made by Texas Instruments):


Omar Herrera

-----Original Message-----
From: Anonymous () Anonymous com [mailto:Anonymous () Anonymous com]

We currently auditing a client site, and one of the things that has got us
interested its RFID's.

Has anyone pen tested RFID's, i mean been able to pick up the signal and
decode it, just to prove to the client possible security problems?

Any help would be great, as in what was used, software and hardware.



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