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By R. . 2005-03-01 06:22:11 PM
I believe Philips has a similar problem with their popular Hitag S chip. Has that been looked into as well? The encryption algorithm is not public and therefore not subject to scrutiny. A proprietary security co-processor is needed on the reader for authentication and encryption. In my opinion we need chips that have general cryptographic capabilities that are subject to public scrutiny.
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