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  • adj. Not clonable


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  • Dubbed "unclonable," this new product family -- which is led by the Vera M4H -- promises to make mass transit tickets, secure IDs and access cards more secure, and Crystal discovery could pave the way for new generation of computer chips

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Verayo launches next-generation of 'unclonable' RFID chips, hackers get wide-eyed


  • While initially enthused at the prospect of RFID tagging our objects for swipability by a home-based RFID reader -- like Verayo's "unclonable" RFID uses physical characteristics to thwart hackers

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • When I heard that a relatively new company here in Silicon Valley was touting its product as an "unclonable" RFID chip, I was intrigued.


  • [12] Startup introduces 'unclonable' chip technology

    Hack In The Box

  • A Palo Alto security and authentication startup known for its "unclonable" silicon chips, relaunched Wednesday as Verayo in an effort to move its focus from government defense contracts to commercial markets.

    Hack In The Box

  • There weren't two of Willow in the world, and Xander was likewise unclonable.

    Child Of The Hunt


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