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RFID PROTECT MY CARDS ID PART (2)
CONSUMER ALERT BEWARE OF ELECTRONIC PICKPOCKETING
Consumers should be aware that criminals can steal your credit card, debit card, passport and other valuable information without even touching your wallet or purse.
This crime is referred to as "electronic pickpocketing". The technology used to perform this type of theft is called radio frequency
identification or "RFID".
Millions of new credit cards and passports contain tiny two way radios called RFID chips. This makes it easy for...
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Using a dip oscillator to check an RFID
Using a dip oscillator to test the tuned circuit in an RFID card.
Though the picture isn't very clear, you can see that the meter needle dips when the RFID's resonant frequency is tuned in on the dip oscillator.
The RFIDs tested here use HF frequencies around 13 MHz. Note that some use lower and higher frequencies so may not be detectable in the range covered by most dip oscillators.
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Technology Time Out - Episode 2: Silent Hack Attacks
In our second episode of Technology Time Out, we demonstrate how a silent hack attack can happen. By following BishopFox.com’s hacking tool guide entitled 'Tastic RFID Thief' we were able to create a device that captures RFID (radio frequency identification) data from an RFID card wirelessly from approximately 3 feet away.
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RFID Wallet - Card Protector We Positive. PROTECT YOUR CREDIT CARDS. CARD CLONING NFC RFID PROTECT
Everyone likes the idea of keeping their personal information and credit cards, exactly that - personal and private. Modern credit cards, however, can be read, copied and decoded at a close distance with an undetectable Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), putting your personal banking information at risk of exposure. Now you can secure your cards with the Card Protector, a new product designed and made by We Positive. The Card Protector is sleek, stylish and purposeful. Its aluminum card...
From: We Positive People
Watch out for the modern pickpocket
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) -- More credit card companies are now sending their customers credit cards equipped with an RFID chip, known as a Radio Frequency Identification chip. The credit card companies say that it's a convenience but critics are convinced that it's a pretty sneaky way to pickpocket.
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RFID, Radio Frequency Identification, technology is used in credit cards, debit cards, passports, employer/government ID cards, highway toll passcards and subway passes. The RFID chips embedded in these cards store your personal information. The antenna located in the chip receives electromagnetic energy from an RFID reader and uses a radio frequency to transmit the information back to the reader.
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Los Angeles TV station warns on stealing account numbers from RFID enabled contactless credit cards
This TV interview shows how easy it is to have your credit card number stolen from your purse or wallet without even touching it. New PayPass (tm),Visa Wave (r), Amex Express Pay (r), and Discover zip(r) cards contain radio frequency identification - RFID - chips - that can broadcast your personal information to a remote reader. This is generally called skimming. The Identity Stronghold Secure Sleeves they show protect you from having your information stolen this way. You can buy them at...
From: Id Stronghold
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Personalized Royce Hanover RFID Blocking Card Case
Get yours today http://bit.ly/Royce_Personalized_RFID_Card_Case
Video transcript: Accessible luxury, this striking softly constructed RFID Radio Frequency Identification blocking card case is relaxed and refined. The ideal companion for both boardroom and everyday use.
This card holder comes in black or cocoa, hand crafted high end top grain Napa cow hide. With the abundance of RFID chips in US passports, credit cards, university and corporate IDs, Royce offers a practical stylish method of...
From: Brookstone Inc.
Chenier Wallet RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology texting
RFID Blocking: RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology, is a communication technique via radio signals to identify specific targets and read data, hence, this steel wallet card holder can save you from fraudulently scanning & cloning of your personal and financial data.
Product Dimensions 3.7 x 2.5x 0.5 inches, Lightweight 2.9 onces
Carry your cash and valued credit cards and fingerprint free silver card holder in safety and tasteful...
From: Chenier San Francisco
Royce Hanover RFID Blocking Card Case
Get yours today http://bit.ly/Royce_Hanover_RFID_Card_Case
Video transcript: Accessible luxury this striking softly constructed RFID Radio Frequency Identification blocking card case is relaxed and refined.
The ideal companion for both board room and everyday use.
This card holder comes in black or cocoa. Hand crafted, high end top grain Napa cow hide. With the abundance of RFID chips in passports, credit cards, university or corporate IDs, Royce offers a practical stylish method of identity...
From: Brookstone Inc.
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