Twenty Years of Smartcards and Smartcard Attacks

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Take another look at that replacement credit card from your bank.

Notice the square of gold metal positioned at left-center? If you could pry it loose, you would find a small resinous lump on the back. This contains a small silicon chip, connected to the gold contact by copper wiring. It is a mini-computer with a processing power comparable to an early desktop ...

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