Anonymous mutual authentication protocol for RFID tag without back-end database
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Abstract. RFID, as an emerging technology, has very huge potential in today's social and business developments. Security and Privacy are one of the important issues in the design of practical RFID protocols. In this paper, we focus on RFID authentication protocol. RFID mutual authentication is used to ensure that only an authorized RFID reader can access to the data of RFID tag while the RFID tag is confirmed that it releases data to the authenticated RFID reader. This paper will propose an anonymous mutual authentication protocol for RFID tag and reader. RFID tag is anonymous to RFID reader so that privacy can be preserved. In addition, mutual authentication does not need to rely on a back-end database.
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