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ThinkMind // eLmL 2020, The Twelfth International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning // View article elml_2020_2_20_58009


Exploitation of Radio Frequency Technologies Through the use of Microcontrollers

Authors:
Daniel Joachim

Keywords: RFID; cybersecurity; Microcontroller; Arduino

Abstract:
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) uses a simple principle of signal broadcast by a transmission station. The signal is broadcasted to the open air and intercepted by a metallic object whose molecular structure reflects the wave being broadcasted back to the transmission station. The transmitting station can then evaluate the signal to determine the identity of the object. RFID has be around since World War I, but due to cost, research was limited. It was not until militarization during World War II that RFID research was cost effective. The RFID technology is used within offices buildings, airports, grocery stores, and academic institutions for access control. This paper is a study in which the evolution of RFID was reviewed and an attempt was made to exploit the encryption of a German Schoko Ticket and District of Columbia (D.C.) Metro MiFare card RFID signals, by using publicly available devices. The devices used were Arduino micro-controller board and an MFRC522 RFID reader. The research showed that both of the RFID cards included in the student were actually from the MiFare DESfire family and that there is a security threat to these cards that users need to be aware of.

Pages: 37 to 41

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2020

Publication date: March 22, 2020

Published in: conference

ISSN: 2308-4367

ISBN: 978-1-61208-764-1

Location: Valencia, Spain

Dates: from November 21, 2020 to November 25, 2020

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