Re: Philips/NXP/Mifare CRYPTO1 mostly reverse-engineered

2008-01-15 Thread Henryk Plötz
Moin, Am Tue, 15 Jan 2008 12:28:37 + schrieb Steven J. Murdoch: There is some confusion on the cryptography mailing list over whether the Crypto1 encryption algorithm which you reverse engineered is the same as the Hitag 2 one. NXP don't help things by branding both as Mifare.

Re: Philips/NXP/Mifare CRYPTO1 mostly reverse-engineered

2008-01-02 Thread markus reichelt
* markus reichelt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * Ralf-Philipp Weinmann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My colleague Erik took photos of the slides which I put up on Zooomr [0]. A video recording of the talk should be available shortly and will be linked here. preliminary link for the video:

Re: Philips/NXP/Mifare CRYPTO1 mostly reverse-engineered

2008-01-02 Thread Marcos el Ruptor
The 48-bit Philips Hitag2 algorithm has been completely reverse- engineered a long time ago: http://cryptolib.com/ciphers/hitag2/ Ruptor - The Cryptography Mailing List Unsubscribe by sending unsubscribe cryptography to

Re: Philips/NXP/Mifare CRYPTO1 mostly reverse-engineered

2007-12-31 Thread markus reichelt
* Ralf-Philipp Weinmann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My colleague Erik took photos of the slides which I put up on Zooomr [0]. A video recording of the talk should be available shortly and will be linked here. preliminary link for the video:

Philips/NXP/Mifare CRYPTO1 mostly reverse-engineered

2007-12-30 Thread Ralf-Philipp Weinmann
From http://cryptanalysis.eu/blog/2007/12/29/mifare-crypto1: MiFare’s CRYPTO1 stream cipher has captured my attention for a while. However, hardware reverse-engineering is not a field I actively engage in. So I was very happy when Karsten Nohl (University of Virginia), Starbug and Henryk