[Noisebridge-discuss] Noisebridge security issues
jehan.tremback at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 21:24:19 UTC 2012
Hhhhmmm... well I like RFID because of it's simplicity. Less temptation to
get bogged down in advanced security system hacking (not that a lot of the
ideas aren't totally excellent).
Possibly give out RFID cards with an accompanying mylar pouch to prevent
remote scanning? Of course, organizing the cards and pouches to give to
people will cost money and extra time.
On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 12:47 PM, Jonathan Lassoff <jof at thejof.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 12:19 PM, Jehan Tremback
> <jehan.tremback at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Apparently, it seems that Noisebridge is having some issues with people
> > threatening the space with guns etc. Obviously this is unexcellent.
> > Let me humbly put forward an idea that might mitigate potential problems:
> > Make a $10 supporting member tier, and put an RFID lock on the door.
> > Restrict access to those who have paid their $10 (or more) monthly fee,
> > their guests. Keep the voting privilege etc. for the $40 and $80 dollar
> > members. $10 is not going to break the bank for most people, but the
> > fact of having to sign up and get the card should keep randoms off the
> > street out. The ideal of having access for anyone is a beautiful one, but
> > seems to have some problems in execution on the streets of SF.
> There has been some opposition in the past (and I suspect we'd see it
> again) to an RFID-based system. The concern I heard voiced most often
> was that the RFID device could be queried outside of Noisebridge,
> enabling meat-space tracking of members.
> That said, this idea could be just as awesome with other
> authentication token types.
> </two cents>
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