Pure Hack is getting ready for some major intrusive analsysis within the Gen2 space. They've begun testing the vulnerabilities of RFID systems and are performing security audits for companies deploying RFID technology.
"We'll identify possible attack areas, and then go in with a rogue reader and simulate an attack," says McAdam. This consists of trying to read one of the firm's deployed tags with an unauthorized iinterrogator, trying to clone or change data encoded to the tag, or using an interrogator to manipulate
Pure Hacking has a large market opportunity in Australia, where Perrymon says roughly 1,300 companies are piloting RFID technology today. But he and McAdam say they are interested in running the RFID system audits around the world. Josh Perrymon will be presenting at the RuXcon in Austrilia later this fall. hope he does well and all the best Josh , and I am looking forward to see the final publisheication on the ector's of attacks.
[sidebar] He's also looking for a good CF class 2 to PCMCIA adapter. If you know of any good adapter, contact Josh ASAP !!
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