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학술대회 Security Analysis on RFID Mutual Authentication Protocol
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강유성, Elizabeth O'Sullivan, 최두호, Maire O'Neill
International Workshop on Information Security Applications (WISA) 2015 (LNCS 9503), v.9503, pp.65-74
Radio frequency identification (RFID) has received much attention both in industry and academia in recent years. To this extent, the international standards group, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 31, is in the midst of standardization activity to define the security extension to the EPCglobal Generation 2 (Gen2) ultra high frequency (UHF) air interface protocols for secure RFID communications. In this paper, we investigate a vulnerability of an RFID mutual authentication protocol that was highlighted in a recent letter [5]. Our analysis presents that the attack on the mutual authentication protocol is just a relay operation between a legitimate reader and a legitimate tag. We also propose the threshold values of data rate between a reader and a tag based on link timing parameters of passive UHF RFID systems.
ISO/IEC 29167-6, Man-in-the-middle attack, Mutual authentication, RFID Gen2, RFID security
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Air interface, High Frequency(HF), Interface protocol, International standard, Passive UHF RFID, Passive radio frequency identification(RFID), RFID communications, RFID mutual authentication protocol, RFID security, Radio Frequency(RF), Relay Operation