Strengthening EPC tags against cloning

@inproceedings{Juels2005StrengtheningET,
  title={Strengthening EPC tags against cloning},
  author={Ari Juels},
  booktitle={Workshop on Wireless Security},
  year={2005}
}
The EPC (Electronic Product Code) tag is a form of RFID (Radio-Frequency IDentification) device that is emerging as a successor to the printed barcode. Like barcodes, EPC tags emit static codes that serve to identify and track shipping containers and individual objects. EPC tags, though, have a powerful benefit: they communicate in an automated, wireless manner.Some commercial segments, like the pharmaceutical industry, are coming to view EPC tags as a tool to combat counterfeiting. EPC tags… CONTINUE READING
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