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The threat that malware poses to RFID systems was identified only recently. Fortunately, all currently known RFID malware is based on SQLIA. Therefore, in this chapter we propose a dual pronged, tag based SQLIA detection and prevention method optimized for RFID systems. The first technique is a SQL query matching approach that uses simple string comparisons and provides strong security against a majority of the SQLIA types possible on RFID systems. To provide security against second order SQLIA, which is a major gap in the current literature, we also propose a tag data validation and sanitization technique. The preliminary evaluation of our query matching technique is very promising, showing 100% detection rates and 0% false positives for all attacks other than second order injection.
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