RFID CHIP– Exposed
RFID CHIP, Radio Frequency Identification Chip is used for several purposes , most prominently in Warehouses for Inventory tracking and in banks for cashless payment transactions.
Yes, RFID Technology has undeniable benefits for the technology of today and tomorrow, I do strongly agree, for countless applications like Inventory management system, product tracking ,access control, transportation and logistics, human identification and medical stock maintenance in healthcare However, it becomes controversial when it is introduced as an authentication scheme.
Banks issue RFID embedded debit/credit cards for making payments, the technology is known as contactless payments technology. The entire contactless payment procedure is vulnerable. The working is similar to that of the electronic ticket (like oyster card in London) which we use as a pass to travel on public transport services. In order to make a contactless payment, the shoppers just have to wave their contactless credit/debit card in front on the machine and within a few seconds the reader deducts the relevant amount and produces the receipt. It is quick and fast but the risk level is more than you can ever imagine.
Hacker uses sophisticated reader with the features similar to the one which is used to collect payment to steal card information – commonly known as electronic pickpocketing.
Just by having the card in your wallet doesn’t mean that they are safe and protected. The RFID chip in your debit/credit card transmits data to the reader irrespective of whether your card is in your wallet or hands – the hackers can bring their reader close enough to your wallet and security is breached (compromising card info). It sounds weird, but it is true.
Technology is set to change our cognizance about the world and to start thinking about its advantages in meanwhile we forget to acknowledge its risk.
In regards of security - Contactless Payment Technology is still a baffling problem.
The only way you can protect your card info is by wrapping your card with aluminum foil or by placing your card inside a RFID shielding wallet- which doesn’t allow the chip to transmit the data.
The purpose of contactless payments is in few years instead of embedding in smart cards the chip will be embedded in human beings.
It is always wiser to judge the modern day technology rather than accepting it blindly.
RFID chip is become the talk of the technology town due to its outstanding performance. It is being chipped in human beings for tracking their location, medical purpose and etc. The scientists and RFID experts have covered up all the health issues underlying in embedding RFID chip in human beings.
Once implanted in the body, these chips are hard to identify and expunge them, nevertheless anyone can abstract or clone a chip of a captive/victim, therefore the technology isn’t 100% secure. It has been proved scientifically that cancer is caused around the chip.Now, it’s in your hands-whether to accept the modern technology or analyze the underlying risk.
Are you willing to be tracked by your government?
Are you willing to face severe health issues?
Benjamin Franklin quoted "Those who give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety”.
Bankers that run the world want to have total control over the entire population of the earth and this is their goal - to bring people under their subjection.
Nelson Rockefeller, a republican admitted the Elite Goal of Micro chipped Population to Aaron Russo the filmmaker of “America: The Freedom to Fascism” -that the Government wants everyone to be chipped. Mr Nelson Rockefeller affirmed the above issues declaring “Government want everybody to be chipped, this is their goal- One world Government”.
The supplementary evidence is that the government could get the ability to trace/record your every move down the simple scrutiny of implanting RFID chip in your body.
We are human beings and not slaves.
We don’t want to be numbered or labelled or controlled by a microchip.
Wake up People! Save the world from the clutches of RFID technology.