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000126418 245__ $$aPrivacy of Recent RFID Authentication Protocols
000126418 269__ $$a2008
000126418 260__ $$bSpringer$$c2008$$aBerlin
000126418 336__ $$aConference Papers
000126418 490__ $$aLecture Notes in Computer Science$$v4991
000126418 520__ $$aPrivacy is a major concern in RFID systems, especially with widespread deployment of wireless-enabled interconnected personal devices e.g. PDAs and mobile phones, credit cards, e-passports, even clothing and tires. An RFID authentication protocol should not only allow a legitimate reader to authenticate a tag but it should also protect the privacy of the tag against unauthorized tracing: an adversary should not be able to get any useful information about the tag for tracking or discovering the tag’s identity. In this paper, we analyze the privacy of some recently proposed RFID authentication protocols (2006 and 2007) and show attacks on them that compromise their privacy. Our attacks consider the simplest adversaries that do not corrupt nor open the tags. We describe our attacks against a general untraceability model; from experience we view this endeavour as a good practice to keep in mind when designing and analyzing security protocols.
000126418 6531_ $$aRFID
000126418 6531_ $$aauthentication protocols
000126418 6531_ $$aprivacy
000126418 6531_ $$auntraceability
000126418 6531_ $$aprovably secure
000126418 700__ $$0243333$$g147964$$aOuafi, Khaled
000126418 700__ $$0245076$$g176445$$aPhan, Raphael C.-W.
000126418 7112_ $$d21-23 April 2008$$cSydney, Australia$$aInformation Security Practice and Experience, 4th International Conference, ISPEC 2008
000126418 773__ $$tInformation Security Practice and Experience, 4th International Conference, ISPEC 2008, Sydney, Australia, April 21-23, 2008, Proceedings$$q263-277
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000126418 937__ $$aLASEC-CONF-2008-065
000126418 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
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