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no, it's not. If we're talking about a smartcard, you can't read the private key or you need a pin and after the 3rd wrong time it locks itself.
@zombiegristle it's so much about the practical for me as about the "research". I want to make the door open with a challenge-response of RSA-8k key it's safer than a key. it's easier than a key. bit it's not safe enough for a door (for me)... I think that it's a way of evolution for biohack, we should implant…
Guys, NFC/RFID tags are NOT a secure way to unlock/encrypt your devices. Do NOT do it. A single handshake with gloves and an RFID reader can render your whole device completely owned. The only case of a KINDA secure tag is the xNT, which has 32bit password, which will just take time to crack (so a handshake is not enough,…