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Pre vs Post State Update: Trading Privacy for Availability in RFID

Mike Burmester, Jorge Munilla
2014 IEEE Wireless Communications Letters  
Designing lightweight RFID protocols that provide strong privacy is a major challenge.  ...  In this letter we analyze a recently proposed RFID protocol and show that there is a fundamental trade-off between privacy and availability.  ...  THE LRMAP PROTOCOL We briefly describe the Lightweight and Resynchronous Mutual Authentication Protocol (LRMAP) proposed by Ha et al. [6] , see Figure 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/wcl.2014.032814.140043 fatcat:5mo5pfayk5erzamtagiio3vu2y

Data Exfiltration via Multipurpose RFID Cards and Countermeasures [article]

Zheng Zhou, Weiming Zhang, Nenghai Yu
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Then, the reasons for the existence of such channels are discussed. To eliminate this type of covert channels, a new authentication protocol between RFID cards and card readers are proposed.  ...  The information security of RFID cards, such as data confidentiality, tag anonymity, mutual authentication etc, has been fully studied.  ...  Ha et al. presented LRMAP [16] , a resynchronous mutual authentication protocol that can recover synchronization between the database and the tag. The protocol can be compromised by a DoS attack.  ... 
arXiv:1902.00676v3 fatcat:a4gegguxkffq7c6wxtkag4di6u

HGLAP – Hierarchical Group-Index Based Lightweight Authentication Protocol for Distributed RFID System [chapter]

JeaCheol Ha, HwanKoo Kim, JeaHoon Park, SangJae Moon, Juanma Gonzalez Nieto, Colin Boyd
Emerging Directions in Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing  
This paper presents a low-cost and secure authentication protocol to reduce the computational load on both the back-end database and the tags in a distributed RFID system.  ...  The proposed protocol is based on a hierarchical group-index to reduce the search time for a tag ID in the back-end database.  ...  Lightweight and Resynchronous Mutual Authentication Protocol: LRMAP Ha et al.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-77090-9_52 dblp:conf/euc/HaKPMNB07 fatcat:fpurjx4d65ak5pzfd3g3lhh5q4