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So you have a lock system that runs on 176khz. What kind of device would be used to capture RFID card information. Basically you swipe the card in from of the reader and it lets you in the door. I don't know a lot about access control systems and I'm kinda curious. Is there much security on these things or are they a lot like a garage door opener? I curious about auditing them and I also curious about things you can do to make them more secure. Any thoughts?
Whats the best way to lock up a system when a wirless device belonging to the owner is 21" from the keyboard? I had to run outside and help my frantic neighbor extinguish a bush fire his kid started by throwing a bottle rocket into a pile of dry leaves yesterday. As I was hosing it down it occurred to me I left my outlook open. I'm looking for a ubiquitous, OS agnostic, device or secure protocol such as bluetooth that will lock up the system in the event of an emergency. The incident reminded me of a famous story I read....
I feel as though this should be a discussion for Hak5 Forum Members to have. If devices are getting more NFC capabilities why not use them for a second factor of authentication? Try combining NFC with PIN, Pattern, or Face Lock (maybe more). Try the more extreme measure of injecting an NFC capable tag into your body. I don't care what you do but please document it thoroughly and share it with everyone else.