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By Liqun Chen, Shin'ichiro Matsuo

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the second one foreign convention on safeguard Standardisation study, SSR 2015, held in Tokyo, Japan, in December 2015.
The thirteen papers provided during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 18 submissions. they're equipped in topical sections named: bitcoin and check; protocol and API; research on cryptographic set of rules; privateness; and belief and formal research.

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Com. Tap-Tap and Pay (TTP): Preventing the Mafia Attack in NFC Payment 23 pay for something more expensive. Figure 1 shows an example of such an attack. This attack has been shown to be feasible in [19]. Unlike simple relay attacks, the Mafia attack cannot be prevented by using a protective shield or an activation button since the user consciously initiates the payment. For the same reason, various user-movement-based unlocking mechanisms [18,30,32,37] cannot stop the attack either. We will explain the current countermeasures to this attack by first reviewing the NFC payment standards and specifications.

Challenge card 2. response card = (challenge, acc card, . )key 3. response card, acc reader 4. result Fig. 2. 1 Our Solution: Tap-Tap and Pay (TTP) Threat Model We assume a user consciously initiates an NFC payment against a legitimatelooking NFC reader without realizing that it is a malicious one controlled by the Mafia. The difference between the malicious reader and the legitimate reader is that the former is not connected to the back-end banking network while the latter is. We assume the Mafia does not want to directly connect to the banking network, as that will run the risk of being caught by the bank.

3 M. Mehrnezhad et al. , the reader is connected to the banking network, so that the backend system is able to evaluate the received measurements and authorize the payment in real-time. The same assumption is made in other researchers’ solutions [22, 33,38] (which we will detail in Sect. 5). However in practice, an NFC transaction may be performed offline. According to the EMV specifications, an EMV transaction flow includes several steps including offline data authentication and online transaction authorisation.

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