Cellphone could crack RFID tags, says cryptographer

Wednesday, 15 February 2006, 12:24 PM EST

Adi Shamir, professor of computer science at the Weizmann Institute, reported his work in a high-profile panel discussion at the RSA Conference here. Separately, Ron Rivest, who co-developed the RSA algorithms with Shamir, used the stage of the annual panel to call for an industry effort to create a next-generation hashing algorithm to replace todayís SHA-1.

At EETimes.

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