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InfoSec Resources - Introduction to RFID Security

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1. Introduction

Radio Frequency Identification, also known as RFID, is a technology that was created by Léon Theremin in1945 and later patented by Mario Cardullo in 1973. It was first developed by Léon Theremin...

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Near Field Communication (NFC) Technology, Vulnerabilities ...

The Near Field Communication (NFC) is a set of standards for mobile devices designed to establish radio communication with each other by being touched together or brought within a short distance. The NFC standard regulates a radio technology that allows two devices to communicate when they are in close proximity, usually no more than a few centimeters, allowing the secure exchange of...

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Related topics : rfid card reader device / nfc rfid card reader / rfid proximity card reader kit / rfid proximity card reader / rfid reader mobile device