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Thread: How to block/kill RFID chips

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    How to block/kill RFID chips

    "In this Instructable I will describe different ways to block or kill RFID tags. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. If you do not know about this technology yet, you should definitely start familiarizing yourself with it, because the number of different devices that utilize these types of tags is growing exponentially.

    RFID chips are very similar to barcodes in the sense that a certain amount of data is contained within them, and then transmitted to a reading device which then processes and utilizes the information. The major difference is that barcodes have to be physically visible to the reading device, which is usually only able to scan them at a distance of a 12 inches or less. RFID tags, on the other hand, do not have to be visible to the reading device. They can be scanned through clothes, wallets, and even cars. The distance from which they can be read is also much greater than that of a barcode. At DEFCON an RFID tag was scanned at a distance of 69 feet, and that was back in 2005, the possible reading distance now is probably much greater than that.

    There are a few different categories of RFID tags, but the most common ones, and the ones we will be dealing with in this instructable, are the "passive" type. Passive RFID chips contain no internal power supply. They contain an antenna which is able to have a current induced in it when within range of the RFID reader. The tag then uses that electricity to power the internal chip, which bounces its data back out through the antenna, where it will be picked up by the reader.

    For more information on RFID tags check out the wikipedia entry.

    Step 1Reasons for blocking / destroying RFID chips

    The main reason someone would want to block or destroy RFID chips would be to maintain privacy. In the last step I explained that RFID tags can be read from very long distances. The potential for abuse of this technology grows as more and more products and devices are being created with these tags built in.

    Companies are getting consumers to blindly accept many RFID tagged products with the promise of convenience; however, most of the devices that contain RFID tags don't really need them. The tags may save a few seconds, but sacrifice an enormous amount of privacy and security. It is now possible for someone, with relatively simple equipment, to walk down a busy sidewalk and pickup the personal information of people carrying RFID tagged devices, without them even knowing.

    Being able to block or destroy these chips allows people to decide what type of information they are willing to sacrifice for convenience."


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    Re: How to block/kill RFID chips

    Ok, so a hammer, a knife, cut the antenna, or just plain microwave it. Or build a Faraday cage to prevent it from being able to be read.

    so does this mean I can just wrap my wallet in aluminum foil to block the signal? and what about chips that have been inserted in people and pets under the skin? You can't use any one of the first 4 options, that's for sure. So what then? Tin foil for them too? Kind of uncomfortable don't you think?

    Great advice as long as the function of whatever it is you're destroying the chip on doesn't rely on that chip to work.

    I think I'm gonna start wearing a tin foil hat, just in case, lol.
    The truth IS out there! We just tend to look in all the wrong places.

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