it is not so long ago that I got my first implant, therefore I still have some questions regarding protetion against cloning RFID cards.
I currently stay in Helsinki for half a year where they have RFID cards as longterm tickets for public transport (HSL). I would like have my card cloned to my xSIID implant but I should discuss the details regarding that better with HSL.
My actual question is: If they transfer my card to my implant, they probably will protect it against further cloning and other manipulation (like every commercial RFID card is). But my longterm ticket will expire eventually. Is there a way to remove the ticket information when I dont need them anymore without formatting my implant?
(Sorry for the probably weird english, not a native speaker)
If they’re using chips with protection like that, it’s probably a cryptographic chip, which likely means that the XSIID isn’t compatible.
At a minimum, I don’t believe there’s any real copy protection possible with plain tags like the XSIID, you can protect it from writing, but that would stop it from working as a keycard too, not just block copying
It was an interesting threat. So the most important things to check if the HSL card is compatible with XSIID the card type and the capacity?
Or was the capacity just important for the new flex antenna?
If Rosco wanted his actual bus card implanted then I fear it wont be possible to just load the HSL card onto the XSIID.
The IC type is MIFARE DESFire EV1 (MF3ICD21). What information can one get from this?