Thursday, June 11 2009
Wednesday, December 24 2008
Thursday, June 05 2008
at Black Hat Japan I told Jeroen about NFC mobile phones at that you can
use those as a normal RFID reader/writer and that we/he should make
a passport reading tool. It seems that he got to work and made a really cool
passport cloning tool that runs on Nokia's NFC phones. Nice work Jeroen!!
The tool and some nice screen shots are available at his website:
Wednesday, June 04 2008
Monday, June 02 2008
I just received an email with a free sample of Smart Insights (some smart card news letter)
with a story on my attacks on nfc phones. The funny part is a small box (only in the PDF version)
next to the article stating Attacks are proof of success for NFC technology. This
is hilarious! Please send me more stuff like this :-)
on my way home from ph-neutral I had the chance to take a brief look at the
Touch-and-Travel NFC tags. Using my BtNfcAdapter on my Nokia 6131 NFC I took a copy of the tag data
home with me, you can get it here (you need bahn.py to read it).
It turns out that the tag actually doesn't contain any data besides showing a custom type record. TNF: 4 and Type: db.de:tandt. It only took me a couple of seconds :-) to realize that the custom type is only used to launch the touch-and-travel application on the phone.
The touch-and-travel tags are NOT just simple Mifare Classic tags but some
other ISO14443 card so I guess there is more data stored on the card and you just need to know how to read it :-)
I'm really looking forward to the day this system is being opened to the public.
Until then this is as good as it gets.
Touch blog about Touch-and-Travel