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RFID – Hackalicious


So… I decided to do a simple, informal test, by entering “hack rfid” into the Google search bar and see what came up. For the uninformed, see my post on what RFID is and how it works.

Here’s the search: http://www.google.com/search?q=hack+rfid

Note the results… Wired Magazine, Forbes, eWeek, Engadget (a respected technology blog), CNet News.com (a respected technology news company), and more. And most of the results explain how it has been demonstrated that RFID can be hacked.

Yay.

I’m on the trail of a solution, and I’ll post it once I’m sure it works.

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Filed under: Philosophy, Science, Tech

One Response

  1. RFID Protect says:

    Good luck in your quest for information. You may find the various case studies at http://www.rfidprotect.co.uk of some use. We also produce regular e-newsletters; which similarly contain a wealth of information about this subject.

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