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MIFARE Ultralight EV1 introduced in November 2012 the next generation of paper ticketing smart card IC for limited-use applications that offers solution developers and operators the maximum flexibility for their ticketing schemes and additional security options.
It comes with several enhancements above the original MIFARE Ultralight Introduced at the Cartes industry trade show in 2008, MIFARE Ultralight C is part of NXP's low-cost MIFARE offering (disposable ticket).
The Samsung Tec Tile NFC tag stickers use MIFARE Classic chips.
This means only devices with an NXP NFC controller chip can read or write these tags.
MIFARE Plus is a replacement card for the MIFARE Classic.
The integrated Triple DES authentication provides an effective countermeasure against cloning.
The technology is embodied in both cards and readers, as well as a contact smart card, in the case of the SAM AV2.
All card types are compliant with ISO/IEC 14443 Type A.
Data management is identical to the MIFARE Classic; however, the security management requires the modification of the installed reader base.
Other features include: MIFARE Plus, when used in older transportation systems that do not yet support AES on the reader side, still leaves an open door to attacks.