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18-08-2010, 08:06 PM
The e-passport, as it is sometimes called, represents a bold initiative in
the deployment of two new technologies: Radio-Frequency IdentiÃ¯Â¬Âcation (RFID) and biometrics. They bring forth the era of next generation ID cards. several national governments plan to deploy identity cards integrating RFID and biomet-
rics for domestic use. We explore the privacy and security and other issues of the e-passport in this article. cards. RFID and biometric technologies when combined, promise
to reduce fraud, ease identity checks, and enhance security. International Civil
Aviation Organization (ICAO), a body run by the United stated has made it mandatory for the citizen to have e-passport. face recognition is the biometric recommended by the ICAO. information like digital visas may also be stored in the e-passports when they are given the capability to write data.more than 5,000,000 Ã¯Â¬Ârst generation and 125,000
second generation e-passports are in circulation as of today.
A new type of e-passport recommended is the Personal Identity VeriÃ¯Â¬Âcation (PIV) card. which can serve as ID badges and access cards for employees and contractors with the government.
Strong authentication techniques in the e-passport requires more than just the resistance to tampering. Data conÃ¯Â¬Âdentiality ( secrecy of data stored
on ID cards) is also critical.
Very private data as birthdate or nationality, are carried on passports. This is one more reason for ConÃ¯Â¬Âdentiality protection for stored data in the e-passports is important.
These are the technologies used by the different implementing countries for passport:
an unprotected e-passport chip is subject to short-range clandestine scanning (up to a
few feet), with attendant leakage of sensitive personal information including date of birth and place of birth.
. Clandestine tracking:
The e-passport requires the emission of a chip ID on protocol initiation. If this ID is different for every passport, it could en-
able tracking the movements of the passport holder by
unauthorized parties which may lead to misuse.
Skimming and cloning:
digital signatures on e-passport data is mandatory according to the ICAO spec. Digital signatures do not bind the data to a particular passport or chip, and as a result, they offer no defense against passport cloning.
Eavesdropping is problematic for the following reasons:
1) Function creep: when used in other places like supermarkets, they allow misuse.
2)Feasibility: eavesdropping is possible at longer distance
3)Detection difÃ¯Â¬Âculty:As powered signal emission is not present, there is detection difficulty.
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27-02-2012, 07:02 PM
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