Implanted RFID chip controls office access for Stockholm workers

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by Nebulus, Feb 13, 2015.

  1. Nebulus

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    Woohoo the apocalypse!
     
  3. Nebulus

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    Nothing that dramatic, probably. Just a bunch of people that would accept to do anything that they are told (including getting implants). Sad, really...
     
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    It is strange. But I can see the convenience. And it's removable :)

    Edit: I'm wondering how this could be part of a deadman system. Can an RFID chip push a key for LUKS? Can it be remotely and permanently nuked, just after it pushes a script to nuke the LUKS header and shutdown the device?
     
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    Darn no apocalypse :(
     
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