24C3: Mifare (Little security, despite obscurity)

Speakers: Karsten Nohl | Henryk Plötz

Mifare are the most widely deployed brand of secure RFID chips, but their security relies on proprietary and secret cryptographic primitives. We analyzed the hardware of the Mifare tags and found weaknesses in several parts of the cipher.

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Wireless

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Information security & security management

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Encryption

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