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D3.7 A Structured Collection on Information and Literature on Technological and Usability Aspects of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

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AIM Global, Why RFID chips can’t infect cats – or computers, March 20, 2006,

Auto-ID Center, ‘860MHz–930MHz Class I Radio Frequency Identification Tag Radio Frequency & Logical Communication Interface Specification’, Candidate Recommendation, Version 1.0.1, Technical Report. See

Department of Computer Science, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, RFID Viruses and Worms, Amsterdam, March 2006. See,.

German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Security Aspects and Prospective Applications of RFID Systems, Bonn, October 2004.

Engel, C., ‘Auf dem Weg zum elektronischen Personalausweis’, Datenschutz und Datensicherheit 4/2006, pp. 207-210, Wiesbaden 2006.

Finkenzeller, K., RFID-Handbuch, 4th edition, München, August 2006.

Finke, T., Kelter, H., Abhörmöglichkeiten der Kommunikation zwischen Lesegerät und Transponder am Beispiel eines ISO14443-Systems,

Garfinkel, S., Rosenberg, B., RFID, Applications, Security and Privacy. Addison Wesley, Boston 2006.

Hildebrandt, M., Meints (eds.), M., FIDIS deliverable D7.7: RFID, Profiling and AmI, Frankfurt a.M. 2006. Available via

Hogewerf, P., van ‘t Klooster, K., ISO 11784/11785 a Brief Historical Overview,

Institute of Computer Science and Social Studies (IC), Department of Telematics, Albert-Ludwig University Freiburg, Germany: Electronic Commerce Enquête,, 2005 (last accessed at August 8th, 2006).

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), ‘Document 9303’ and ‘Standards for ePassports’, Montreal 2004. Available via 

ISO/IEC standard 9798-2. Information technology - Security techniques - Entity authentication - Part 2: Mechanisms using symmetric encipherment algorithms, 1999.

Juels, A., Rivest, R., Szydlo, M., ‘The blocker tag: selective blocking of RFID tags for consumer privacy’, CCS’03, October 2003, Washington.

Juels, A., ‘RFID Security and Privacy: a Research Survey’, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communication 24, No. 2, pp. 381- 394, 2006. Available via

Kfir, Z., Wool, A., ‘Picking virtual pockets using relay attacks on contactless smartcard systems.’, Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report, Tel Aviv University 2005.

Meints, M., Hansen, M. (eds.), FIDIS deliverable D3.6: Study on ID Documents, Frankfurt a.M. 2006. Available via

Official Journal of the European Union (EU): Legislation, L 123, Vol. 47, April 27th, 2004, see (last accessed at August 8th, 2006).

Quack, K.: ‘Zwei-Klassen-Gesellschaft bei RFID’,, 16.06.2005,

Rieback, M., Tag-borne attacks against RFID middleware, Presentation in SAFE-NL workshop, 8 June 2006, Delft, The Netherlands.

Robroch, H., ePassport Privacy Attack,

Sackmann, S., Strüker, J.: Electronic Commerce Enquete 2005 - 10 Jahre Electronic Commerce: Eine stille Revolution in deutschen Unternehmen. Institut für Informatik und Gesellschaft, Telematik, Freiburg i.Br., Germany, 2005.

Steel, D., ‘Smart Dust’, University of Houston ISRC Technology Report, Houston, March 2005. Available at (accessed on 22nd of August 2006)

Strobl, J., Roth, C., (Eds.), GIS und Sicherheitsmanagement, pp. 91-100, Wiechmann, Heidelberg, 2006. Available at






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