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An Active Attack Against HB+ - A Provably Secure Lightweight Authentication Protocol
Authors: Henri Gilbert, Matt Robshaw, Herve SibertAbstract:
Much research has focused on providing RFID tags with lightweight cryptographic functionality. The HB+ authentication protocol was recently proposed and claimed to be secure against both passive and active attacks. In this note we propose a linear-time active attack against HB+.
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