Attacks on the HF Physical Layer of Contactless and RFID Systems

@inproceedings{Thevenon2011AttacksOT,
  title={Attacks on the HF Physical Layer of Contactless and RFID Systems},
  author={Pierre-Henri Thevenon and O. Savry and Smail Tedjini and Ricardo Malherbi-Martins},
  year={2011}
}
During the past few years, RFID technology has strongly penetrated in our lives. Nowadays public transportation ticketing, passports, ID cards, driving licenses and credit cards are using the electromagnetic waves to improve the quickness of the exchanged data. RFID devices can be divided in two main classes: the contactless cards which are smartcards with a wireless inductive interface compliant to the ISO14443 or ISO15693 standards, and the RFID tags which can have an HF or UHF interface… CONTINUE READING

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