Aug 062009
 August 6, 2009  Posted by  Breaches, Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

The prospective national ID card was broken and cloned in 12 minutes, the Daily Mail revealed this morning.

The newspaper hired computer expert Adam Laurie to test the security that protects the information embedded in the chip on the card.

Using a Nokia mobile phone and a laptop computer, Laurie was able to copy the data on a card that is being issued to foreign nationals in minutes.

Read more in Computer Weekly.

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