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Practical guide to RFID hacking for penetration testers. Investigates the latest attack tools and techniques available for stealing and using RFID proximity badge information to gain unauthorized access to buildings and other secure areas.
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Tastic RFID Thief: Silent, But Deadly
You’re a professional. You’re equipped with the latest in elite, customized RFID hacking tools. So, it’s high time you put a silencer on your Tastic RFID Thief – the weaponized, long-range badge reader. We’ll show you how to avoid the embarrassingly loud beep when turning on your RFID badge stealer during your next physical penetration test. Because after all, silence is golden.
Co-Founder and Board Member
Francis Brown, CISA, CISSP, MCSE, is the Co-founder and Board Member of Bishop Fox. Before founding Bishop Fox, Francis served as an IT Security Specialist with the Global Risk Assessment team of Honeywell International where he performed network and application penetration testing, product security evaluations, incident response, and risk assessments of critical infrastructure. Prior to that, Francis was a consultant with the Ernst & Young Advanced Security Centers and conducted network, application, wireless, and remote access penetration tests for Fortune 500 clients.
Francis has presented his research at leading conferences such as Black Hat USA, DEF CON, RSA, InfoSec World, ToorCon, and HackCon and has been cited in numerous industry and academic publications. Francis holds a Bachelor of Science and Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania with a major in Computer Science and Engineering and a minor in Psychology. While at Penn, Francis taught operating system implementation, C programming, and participated in DARPA-funded research into advanced intrusion prevention system techniques.