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000110699 245__ $$aAbout Machine-Readable Travel Documents
000110699 269__ $$a2007
000110699 260__ $$bSpringer$$c2007
000110699 336__ $$aConference Papers
000110699 490__ $$aLecture Notes in Computer Science
000110699 520__ $$aPassports are documents that help immigration officers to identify people. In order to strongly authenticate their data and to automatically identify people, they are now equipped with RFID chips. These contain private information, biometrics, and a digital signature by issuing authorities. Although they substantially increase security at the border controls, they also come with new security and privacy issues. In this paper, we survey existing protocols and their weaknesses. 
000110699 700__ $$0241950$$aVaudenay, Serge$$g131602
000110699 700__ $$0243336$$aVuagnoux, Martin$$g114328
000110699 7112_ $$aICS '07
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