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  • threatpost.com

    RFID gun tags leave the military exposed to tracking, sniffing and spoofing attacks, experts say.  

    Reports that the military has started outfitting firearms with RFID tags for tracking have raised security alarms.

    The concern: What if the enemy uses the tags to track soldiers on the battlefield?

    The Department of Defense, the Marines and the Navy have already rejected the RFID tagging tech for that specific reason, according to the AP. However, five Air Force bases are operating at least one RFID armory, along with a Florida-based Green Beret unit that uses RFID in what officials said were a “few” armories.


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