- e- + passport (Wiktionary)
“There is an international symbol on the cover that alerts screeners that it's an e-passport.”
“The "switch to the e-passport with the chip and the additional security features are what is increasing the costs," said”
“Not surprisingly, the government refers to this new version as an e-passport.”
“The Government response was as usual in direct opposition to the evidence: The Home Office said last night that it had yet to see evidence of someone being able to manipulate data in an e-passport.”
“-- That e-passport isn't as secure as you want it to be.”
“But Grunwald, who has consulted German parliament on the topic, says security flaws enable fraudsters to clone the fingerprint image stored on the biometric e-passport, and to concoct a specially coded chip that attacks e-passport readers that attempt to scan it.”
“Last year, Lukas Grunwald demonstrated how he cloned a computer chip in an e-passport.”
“The e-passport segment made big strides as interoperability efforts intensified," said Michelle Foong of Frost, "impelled by a heightened sense of urgency for more secure and sophisticated travel documents.”
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