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Poking around on a Mifare card: LibNFC crash course

technologylibnfcrfidSun 07 Feb 2010 09:02:11No comments

libnfc is a library for communicating with ISO14443 RFID tags. You might know these things for their use in smart card ticketing systems such as Oyster, Octopus, Snapper and myki. But they are also present in other forms such as photocopy cards, student ID's, building access controls* and passports. Two forms of ISO14443 dominate: Felica, which debuted in Hong Kong's Octopus RFID ticket and spread across Asia soon after, and Mifare, which dominates just about everything else.

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