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Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
Security in Near Field Communication
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Security in Near Field Communication

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  • 1. SECURITY INNEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION By: Vinit Varghese
  • 2. MY CONTRIBUTION Analysis of security with respect to NFC. Misconceptions about security and NFC. Threats applicable to NFC. Solutions to protects against these threats. Future developments.
  • 3. INTRODUCTION Near Field Communication ISO 18092
  • 4. MODES OF OPERATION Active Passive
  • 5. DEVICES
  • 6. APPLICATIONS / USE-CASES Contactless Token Ticketing / Micro Payment Device Pairing
  • 7. THREATS Eavesdropping • RF filed characteristic of the given sender device • Characteristic of the attacker’s antenna • Quality of the attacker’s receiver • Quality of the attacker’s RF signal decoder • Setup of the location where the attack is performed • Power sent out by the NFC device
  • 8. DATA CORRUPTION AND MODIFICATION
  • 9. MAN IN THE MIDDLE ATTACK Possible in NFC?
  • 10. SOLUTION Eavesdropping Data Corruption/ Modification Man-in-the-Middle-Attack Secure Channel for NFC NFC Specific Key Agreement
  • 11. NFC SPECIFIC KEY AGREEMENT
  • 12. OTHER CONCERNS/ FUTURE DEVELOPMENT StolenDevice Google Wallet Shopping Experience Acceptance
  • 13. QUESTIONS ???? Thank You

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