[LINK] No Touch Pick-Pockets - RFID Hacked and Cloned

Geoffrey Ramadan gramadan at umd.com.au
Tue Jul 18 19:42:33 AEST 2006

This technology is based on the TI 134.2 KHz transponder.

This technology is quite old, but still very popular. If you were going 
to do this again, you would probably use Mifare (http://mifare.net/)

I would not be too concerned about the issues raised here. It is still 
not a trivial exercise to skim and decrypt the data. Also, I would think 
hi-tech criminals would spend their resources on more profitable ventures.

Geoffrey Ramadan B.E.(Elec)
Chairman, Automatic Data Capture Association (www.adca.com.au)
Managing Director, Unique Micro Design (www.adca.com.au)

Kim Holburn wrote:
> http://hight3ch.com/post/no-touch-pick-pockets-rfid-hacked-and-cloned/
>> RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a technology used more and 
>> more these days. Before the pick-pockets needed to put their hands 
>> into your pocket to steal your wallet and obtain your credit cards or 
>> money, now all they have to do is just pass by you without even 
>> touching you. Just like every technology it has its downsides and 
>> after watching this documentary you are probably going to change your 
>> opinion about RFID. VIDEO->
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