Cryptanalysis of EC-RAC, a RFID Identification Protocol

@inproceedings{Bringer2008CryptanalysisOE,
  title={Cryptanalysis of EC-RAC, a RFID Identification Protocol},
  author={J. Bringer and H. Chabanne and T. Icart},
  booktitle={CANS},
  year={2008}
}
  • J. Bringer, H. Chabanne, T. Icart
  • Published in CANS 2008
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • At RFID'08, Lee et al. have proposed a RFID scheme based on elliptic curve cryptography. This scheme, called Elliptic Curve Random Access Control (EC-RAC) has been conceived in order to be implemented on an efficient security processor designed for RFID tags. The aim of this scheme is to enable a fast, secure and private identification scheme. Security arguments are given to prove that RFID tags implementing this scheme are neither traceable nor cloneable. We here show how tags can be… CONTINUE READING
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