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PERCOM
2007
ACM
10 years 10 months ago
Defining Strong Privacy for RFID
In this work, we consider privacy in Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) systems. Our contribution is threefold: (1) We propose a simple, formal definition of strong privacy usef...
Ari Juels, Stephen A. Weis
RFIDSEC
2010
9 years 9 months ago
Strong Authentication and Strong Integrity (SASI) Is Not That Strong
In this work, we present a practical passive attack on SASI, an ultra-lightweight mutual authentication protocol for RFID. This attack can be used to reveal with overwhelming proba...
Gildas Avoine, Xavier Carpent, Benjamin Martin 000...
CTRSA
2008
Springer
110views Cryptology» more  CTRSA 2008»
10 years 9 days ago
RFID Security: Tradeoffs between Security and Efficiency
Recently, Juels and Weis defined strong privacy for RFID tags. We add to this definition a completeness and a soundness requirement, i.e., a reader should accept valid tags and onl...
Ivan Damgård, Michael Østergaard Pede...
CCS
2009
ACM
9 years 8 months ago
RFID privacy: relation between two notions, minimal condition, and efficient construction
Privacy of RFID systems is receiving increasing attention in the RFID community. Basically, there are two kinds of RFID privacy notions: one based on the indistinguishability of t...
Changshe Ma, Yingjiu Li, Robert H. Deng, Tieyan Li
EUC
2007
Springer
10 years 4 months ago
Low-Cost and Strong-Security RFID Authentication Protocol
This paper proposes a low-cost and strong-security RFID protocol to reduce the computational load on both the back-end database and the tags in an RFID system. When desynchronizati...
JaeCheol Ha, Sang-Jae Moon, Juan Manuel Gonz&aacut...
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