RFID security for developer dummies

Wednesday, 29 November 2006, 3:31 PM EST

We've been hearing about RFID for a while. The technology is genuinely useful as it solves an identification problem faster than other methods.

So, a store knows what product you've brought to the checkout without having to scan the barcode, for example, and the US government wants to put RFID in passports so that instead of people forming orderly queues in front of a border guard they can be mass-processed.

At Reg Developer.

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