A critical analysis of RFID security protocols
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RFID, Radio Frequency IdentificationSystems, have gains its popularity for automated identification and supply chain applications. This paper describes the technical fundamentals of RFID systems, recent technical research on the problems of privacy/security and some security proposals are presented for this new radio technology i.e. RFID.
Copyright 2008 IEEE
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