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July 28, 2005

Hacking RFID transponders

Got this via Stefanos' Sousveillance Blog: RFIDAnalysis.org

The Texas Instruments DST tag is a cryptographically enabled RFID transponder used in several wide-scale systems including vehicle immobilizers and the ExxonMobil SpeedPass system. This page serves as an overview of our successful attacks on DST enabled systems. A preliminary version of the full academic paper describing our attacks in detail is also available below.

Posted by jason at July 28, 2005 07:00 AM


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