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Terry Gold: "RFID LOL" (BSides Las Vegas 2012) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Terry Gold: "RFID LOL"

RFID access cards are often used to secure entry points in the corporate enteprise facilities. They are very convenient, relatively inexpensive, and generally assumed to be highly secure. This session explains how these cards are programmed, what their vulnerabilities are, and the choices available to secure them. Also demonstrated will be how the most common access card can be hacked, cloned, and minted to subvert policies and controls to access corporations, data centers and other critical environments.

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http://archive.org/download/BsidesLasVegas2012/1.1.7TerryGoldRfidLol.avi

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