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Hung-Yu Chien, Chu-Sing Yang and Hung-Pin Hou Non-linearity cannot help RFID resist full-disclosure attacks and terrorist fraud attacks Security and Communication Networks 6

Version of Record online: 27 JAN 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/sec.410

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Recently, Peris-Lopz et al. proposed that non-linear composition of secrets can enhance the security of radio-frequency identification distance bounding protocol against possible attacks. However, we find that the argument is not correct. The reason for this is that, under non-linear composition of secrets, a dishonest tag can disclose more secret bits of the responses to the adversary for terrorist attacks, without damaging the privacy of its long-term secret key.

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