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Our popular RFID Case Studies, can be downloaded FREE by clicking on the images below. Each file is approximately 700KB in size and is available here in the popular Adobe Acrobat PDF file format. (High-resolution versions can be made available upon request.)

Case Studies #1 - Biometric passports hacked | Oyster Card at Risk | Contactless credit cards hackedCase Studies #2 - Grit in the Oyster? | EMP shockwave destroys e-passport data | Tracking your every movementCase Studies #3 - US Deptartment of Defense - tool up! | Ski passes – easily skimmed and cloned | Misuse of RFID technology

Case Studies #4David Beckham, victim of RFID theft | Nokia 6131 - how ‘smart’ is this? | RFID The future of passenger transportCase Studies #5 - UK contactless payments - the big push! | BlackBerry – erasing your smart card data? | Eavesdropping attacks on RFID devices...Case Studies #6 - US Passports now have foil linings - why? | A payment revolution... | RFID Transport for London 2012

Case Studies #7 - TIG welding - bad news for door entry systems? | ITN Channel 4 News - e-pickpocketing! | As demonstrated by ITV’s Phillip Schofield


Why not save time and download all of the above - plus two additional case studies - in our convenient PDF binder publication for just £1.99!

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Biometric passports hacked | Oyster Card at Risk? | Contactless credit cards hacked | EMP shockwave destroys e-passport data | Tracking your every movement | US Deptartment of Defense - tool up! | Ski passes – easily skimmed and cloned? | Misuse of RFID technology | David Beckham, victim of RFID theft | Nokia 6131 - how ‘smart’ is this? | RFID The future of passenger transport | UK contactless payments - the big push! | A payment revolution... | RFID Transport for London 2012 | US Passports now have foil linings - why? | BlackBerry – erasing your smart card data? | Eavesdropping attacks on RFID devices? | TIG welding - bad news for door entry systems? | ITN Channel 4 News - e-pickpocketing! | As demonstrated by ITV’s Phillip Schofield

Plus two new case studies that are not available here!

Bonus case studies:

E-passports to track our movements?
Database hacking and potential ID theft?

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You may also be interested in our E News bulletins:

RFID Protect E News Winter 2010

RFID Protect E News Autumn 2010

RFID Protect E News Summer 2010

More video evidence

In these short videos you will see just how simple it is to skim RFID enabled devices.

Channel 4 News reveals millions could be exposed to e-pickpocketing! (4 mins 40 sec)

How RFID works (2 mins 31 sec)

Skimming - the new ‘rip off' (2 mins 31sec)

Wireless identity theft – an RFID ‘skimming’ demonstration (1 min 06 sec)

Cloning RFID tags in Sacramento (2 mins 05 sec)

RFID Protect is pleased to support the work of Bedfordshire Police Partnership Trust


RFID Protect supports the work of Help2Go, an online community committed to offering free computer help, troubleshooting, tutorials, and guidance on spyware removal. Help2Go prides itself on offering without charge assistance and in simple language that everyone can understand.

To learn more about their important work visit:

www.help2go.com


RFID Protect is delighted to sponsor the Continental Cycle Climb Challenge, which in turn helps contribute to the continuance of Medecins Sans Frontieres' important work. For us, a partnership between RFID Protect and the Continental Cycle Climb Challenge was the most natural of couplings. Our company has been pleased to provide the team with an additional measure of security against ID theft.

We feel confident that by using our products, those involved in the Continental Cycle Climb Challenge will have complete peace of mind; enabling them to concentrate on the task in hand.

To learn more about their important work visit:

www.onceroundtheblock.com

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