One Car, Two Frames: Attacks on Hitag-2 Remote Keyless Entry Systems Revisited. Benadjila, R.; Renard, M.; Lopes-Esteves, J.; and Kasmi, C.
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Since 2006, many papers were devoted to the analysis of the security of the Hitag-2 algorithm in the context of vehicles access control. While this algorithm was proven to be cryptographically broken, it is still in use in the car industry. Recently, new vulnerabilities regarding Hitag-2 based Remote Keyless Entry systems have been exposed, leading to the design of an attack allowing to unlock a vehicle and requiring the capture of four to eight radio packets.
@article{benadjila_one_nodate,
	title = {One {Car}, {Two} {Frames}: {Attacks} on {Hitag}-2 {Remote} {Keyless} {Entry} {Systems} {Revisited}},
	abstract = {Since 2006, many papers were devoted to the analysis of the security of the Hitag-2 algorithm in the context of vehicles access control. While this algorithm was proven to be cryptographically broken, it is still in use in the car industry. Recently, new vulnerabilities regarding Hitag-2 based Remote Keyless Entry systems have been exposed, leading to the design of an attack allowing to unlock a vehicle and requiring the capture of four to eight radio packets.},
	language = {en},
	author = {Benadjila, Ryad and Renard, Mathieu and Lopes-Esteves, José and Kasmi, Chaouki},
	pages = {13}
}
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