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Re: (Fwd) Siemens Card Hacked?
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- Subject: Re: (Fwd) Siemens Card Hacked?
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Lutz Donnerhacke)
- Date: 15 Dec 1999 11:19:15 GMT
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> I am trying to get some information about the alleged hack of a
>Siemens card used in the Geldkarte system in Germany. Your e-mail
>addresses were on a series of e-mails forwarded to me.
Hat nicht versucht mich zu erreichen. => Unfundiert.
> I was hoping someone could explain to me what the hacker claims to
>have done (in layman's terms) and what the significance would be if it
>were true. Siemens claims there is no threat to Geldkarte or the
>digital signature card (are they one and the same?)
+49-173-3676752 oder per Mail.
> Also, has the hacker been identified?
Nicht gegenüber Infineon.
>Siemens says, "The supposed hacker is a student who programmed a free
>programmable card to analyse the chip behavior. He has apologized to
>Infineon Technologies and confirmed that the reports relating to his attempt
>at cracking the chip are not true." What do you think? (And, by the way,
>what do they mean by a programmable card; I do have calls into Infineon and
>Geldkarte to get their answers, as well.)
Ich gestatte mir diesen Absatz nicht zu kommentieren.