"Unhackable" RFID chip to keep your credit cards safe

Radio frequency identification (RFID) chips have made cashless payments commonplace and opened the way to automatic inventory control. However, they've also made it possible for credit card details and other private information to be stolen wirelessly. To make things a bit more secure, MIT and Texas Instruments are developing an "unhackable" RFID chip that's designed to fend off information-stealing attacks... Continue Reading "Unhackable" RFID chip to keep your credit cards safe Category: Electronics Tags: RFID MIT Texas Instruments Security Related Articles: Novel Bojotar blends guitar, resonator and banjo into new hybrid Band plays "world's first" gig with 3D-printed instruments Teenage Engineering unveils inexpensive Pocket Operator synthesizer line One of the world's first integrated circuits goes up for

"Unhackable" RFID chip to keep your credit cards safe

Radio frequency identification (RFID) chips have made cashless payments commonplace and opened the way to automatic inventory control. However, they've also made it possible for credit ...

Mon 8 Feb 16 from Gizmag

Low-power chip processes 3-D camera data, could enable wearable device to guide the visually impaired

MIT researchers have developed a low-power chip for processing 3-D camera data that could help visually impaired people navigate their environments. The chip consumes only one-thousandth as ...

Wed 3 Feb 16 from Phys.org

Hack-proof RFID chips could secure credit cards, key cards, and pallets of goods

Researchers at MIT and Texas Instruments have developed a new type of radio frequency identification (RFID) chip that is virtually impossible to hack.

Wed 3 Feb 16 from Phys.org

Researchers develop hack-proof RFID chips, Wed 3 Feb 16 from Eurekalert

MIT and Texas Instruments develop hack-proof RFID chip

RFID with its own power and non-volatile memory could be unhackable by any currently known means.

Thu 4 Feb 16 from Extremetech

US team develops un-hackable RFID chip

With concerns growing over the ability of criminals to hack contactless technology, researchers at MIT and Texas Instruments have developed a new type of radio frequency identification (RFID) ...

Thu 4 Feb 16 from The Engineer

These hack-proof chips might actually keep your credit card information safe

MIT researchers and semiconductor company Texas Instruments say its new radio-frequency (RFID) chips is 'hack-proof' and could keep your credit cards safer.RFID chips, which can be found in ...

Wed 3 Feb 16 from Techradar

Hack-Proof RFID Chips

New technology could secure credit cards, key cards, and pallets of goods in warehouses.

Wed 3 Feb 16 from Newswise

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