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RFID Anti Piracy measures

I’m sure everybody has heard that RSA Security is developing RFID blocker Tags. (Btw. – here is a blog that collects links to Anti-RFID technologies!).

My idea would be a bit different: make the tag generate a valid but *random* response on every request – this way, the data collected can’t ve trusted anymore. Install the Random Tags everywhere you can, and collecting RFID data will become a non-issue ;)

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  1. Quite impossible, sadly, because in order to do this, you’d need to know what a valid response actually is.

    Which you can not know, given the way the system works.
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  2. Quite impossible, sadly, because in order to do this, you’d need to know what a valid response actually is.

    Which you can not know, given the way the system works.
    —–

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