RFID/NFC security & privacy workshop
Speaker(s) : Philippe Teuwen
- Date : Tuesday 9 July 2013
- Schedule : 16h20
- Duration : 120 minutes
- Place : H 2111
Two main goals of this workshop are:
highlighting the privacy and security issues in some deployments (epassports, transportation cards, card emulation, relay attacks...).
giving the open source tools and knowledge to the audience so that they can go back home and try stuffs by themselves.
RFID/NFC readers for PC supported by open-source software
PC/SC: limits of manipulating RFID with contact-oriented standards (ATR/ATS & APDUs).
NFC, anticollision, card emulation, relay attacks, RFID authentication protocol example
libnfc tools, RFIDIOt tools, ePassports, privacy
Open hardwares, Proxmark
For the hands-on, I distribute bootable CDs (based on Debian Live) with all drivers & open-source tools I could find and the first 15 participants can borrow a reader and tags.
Requirements to be able to participate actively: A laptop able to boot on a CD or a USB key (if so, please bring yourself a USB key >= 1Gb to be formatted). And of course, bring your own tags, epassports, etc!
Philippe Teuwen, principal researcher in security at NXP Semiconductors and developer/contributor of a number of NFC-related libre softwares.