SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response Blog: Tag - RFID

Digital Forensic Case Leads: Is the Chinese Government Backdooring Networks Globally? Large Breach at Yahoo Impacts Gmail, MSN and More. Anonymous Sends Warning To Central Bank?

This week's Digital Forensic Case Leads takes us around the world. From a possible Anonymous waring in Latin America, to the report that the Chinese Government may be building in backdoors to networks across the globe. In the last few weeks there have been many announcements about the use of Near Field Communications (NFC) in … Continue reading Digital Forensic Case Leads: Is the Chinese Government Backdooring Networks Globally? Large Breach at Yahoo Impacts Gmail, MSN and More. Anonymous Sends Warning To Central Bank?


Nevada bill would make some security research a felony

by Ira Victor

The 75th Session of Nevada Legislature is taking up a new bill - SB125 - that, if enacted into law as introduced to committee, could make it illegal for information security researchers to do work that shows the vulnerabilities in many types of RFID systems. There are important security research, criminal issues, and some forensic matters related to this bill.

The bill would make it a class C felony (up to 5 years in prison, up to a $10,000 fine) to skim personally identifiable information (PII) from another person's RFID enabled ID or other document, without that person's prior knowledge.