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    RFID and the SQL Injection

    http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-3513_7-...ml?tag=nl.e501

    Pretty cool article on the possibilities.
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    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=264685

    RFID is useful but shouldn't be used until it can support proper security... it will be hammered at first just like any "new" technology...

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    /me remembers when wireless first came on the scene.

    Ahhh, the memories.

    Looks like we get to ride the wave again.

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    Well, you can all thank Wal-Mart for pushing the technology that wasn't ready for prime time.

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    Semi-recently saw an article about Nokia manufacturing a new phone... or rather an RFID kit built into the shell of the phone that reads and can retransmit RFID data. Scary to think about any device that can pick up potential malicious RFID code and retransmit it to another medium.

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    I saw an article about that too. Not that it bothers me, I mean every peice of kit I've ever heard of had a point where the kit was new and needed more testing that you can't get out of anything but releasing to the public.
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