Risky Business #74 -- HOWTO: Make your own Elvis bin Laden e-passport
This week's Risky Business is brought to you by Microsoft and hosted, as always, by Vigabyte virtual hosting. On this week's show we take a look at e-passport security. After 9-11, Chimp W Shrub decreed that foreigners wanting to enter the United States would soon need to carry new-fangled, biometric passports with embedded wireless RFIDs.
The result was a rush job the likes of which you've never seen.
This week's guest, Peter Gutmann, has figured out how to modify the data on e-passport chips.
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