Students crack Australian state transport system
An Australian state public transport system has been cracked by a group of security researchers who were able to replicate cards to enable free travel.
Theo Juleene, Karla Brunett, Damon Stacey, and Dougall Johnston used flaws in the system’s decades-old custom cryptographic scheme to access transport data and reproduce tickets.
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