Recently the US National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) published guidance on how to securely use RFID technology. SP800-98 delivers as follows: – explains RFID technology, – places RFID in context, – reviews risk involved with each of its uses and – suggests mitigative controls. You can download the document here: – Karygiannis, T., [...]
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May 1st, 2007 · No Comments
e-passports cracked 3 – Budapest Declaration raises concerns about e-passports, privacy and citizens’ rights
November 22nd, 2006 · No Comments
Previously we posted: e-passports cracked 1 – safety is non-existent e-passports cracked 2 – German, Dutch and UK citizens beware and take care After having read the above, we would not be surprised if the reader would raise a question similar to: _since RFID chip (click on Login as a guest to get free access) [...]
November 21st, 2006 · No Comments
Previously we posted: e-passports cracked 1 – safety is non-existant Today we address the security issue regarding your e-passport in a bit more detail with some interesting links you may want to check out. So fasten your seat belt you won’t like what you will read, at least if you are concerned about your privacy [...]