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DEFINITION: An RFID virus is malicious code inserted into an RFID tag to alter or corrupt data in an RFID (radio frequency identification) system. The deliberate creation and spreading of this type of virus is called RFID hacking. RFID technology, which uses tiny radio frequency (RF) transmitters and receivers to uniquely identify objects, is an increasingly popular alternative to bar code technology in supply  … 
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RFID SYSTEMS DEFINITION (continued): …  chain management. RFID does not require direct contact or line-of-sight scanning. Instead, RFID tagging uses small transponders, called tags, for identification and tracking purposes. The total system includes: Transponders placed on or in objects to be identified A set of read/write devices at security checkpoints A host system application for data collection, processing and transmission An identification database, also known as a back-end databaseIf the back-end database is altered or corrupted, an entire security network can be compromised. For example, the system may interpret a bogus … 
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