In this paper, we presented a new side-channel attack that exploited the information leakage from the EMD of a contactless smart card
and showed that the EMD can be used as another information leakage channel exploitable in side-channel analysis on contactless smart cards
This success of the contactless smart card
reader module technology was further celebrated by the Hong Kong Computer Society (HKCS), a non-profit professional organization striving to develop Hong Kong's IT industry.
Portable and secure, contactless smart cards
are fast becoming a valuable tool for safeguarding physical security and guaranteeing the privacy of sensitive electronic information across many sectors.
The SCL011 is designed for 13.56MHZ contactless smart card
applications and supports electronic ID, payment and public transportation schemes, as well as interaction with NFC-enabled devices.
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NXP contactless smart card
technology was deployed at the FIFA Confederations Cup, the worlds fourth largest international sports tournament that took place in Russia this year.
SCM Microsystems Inc (Nasdaq:SCMM), a provider of solutions that open the Digital World, and Bluehill ID (Frankfurt: BUQ) (Xetra:BUQ), a developer of RFID and other automatic identification technologies in applications, announced today (28 April) that the companies have entered into a wide-ranging technology and distribution agreement that targets contactless smart card
, RFID and NFC markets worldwide.
The fully functional Wiegand/serial 13.56 MHz contactless smart card
read/write module with remote antenna is designed for embedding into small-format products to enable contactless smart card
Tenders are invited for Supply of contactless Smart Card
When unconnected, the device provides contactless smart card
functionality, which can facilitate contactless payment or contactless physical access to buildings, the company said.
HID Corporation of Irvine, California, has introduced the RP40 multiCLASS reader, which combines the company's Prox 125 kHz proximity and iCLASS 13.56 MHz contactless smart card
and reader technologies into a single reader.
They implemented a post-quantum key exchange scheme on a commercially available contactless smart card