[Noisebridge-discuss] RFID tokens
h.zeller at acm.org
Wed Aug 26 19:30:30 UTC 2015
FYI, I was starting to explore fully anonymous RFID tag solutions. More
when I am back next week.
On Aug 26, 2015 9:16 PM, "Torrie Fischer" <tdfischer at hackerbots.net> wrote:
> hi, noisebridge.
> i've been super duper busy the last few weeks so I haven't had an
> to show up to a tuesday, but jeez, the meeting notes are way too sparse:
> There's also this line:
> > Leveling up the RFID tag and potentially adding anonymity would be
> importnat. Some people care about anonymity, and this doesn't offer that.
> the RFID is hackable, somebody can listen in.
> What are folks concerns about the anonymity of the RFID system? This gets
> brought up from time to time, and here are the known attributes of the
> * Only capital-M members can add new users to the system
> * New tokens that are added are anonymous and have a 30 day expiration
> * That expiration can be dropped by filling in some data file with a chosen
> nym and e-mail address
> * nym is short for pseudonym, which means you don't need to give a "legal"
> name or anything, which is also why I ask people "how would you like to be
> identified in the system?" instead of asking for a name.
> * The only people with SSH access to earl, and thus the ability to modify
> membership/philanthropist/user/fulltimeuser status are Rubin, Henner,
> Patrick, and myself.
> If folks are still worried about anonymity, I'd love to talk about it afk
> the space. That has alleviated the fears of everyone who has had them
> There's also some small concern in the notes about how hackable RFID is,
> yeah, sure. Its hackable. FWIW, if someone wanted to break into the space,
> RFID system is not the weak point.
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