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Border Security: Better Usage of Electronic Passport Security Features Could Improve Fraud Detection
Nabajyoti Barkakati (au)
In 2005, the Dept. of State began issuing electronic passports (e-passports) with embedded computer chips that store information identical to that printed in the passport. The U.S. Government Printing Office produces blank e-passport books. Two foreign companies produce e-passport covers, including the computer chips embedded in them. This report examined potential risks to national security posed by using foreign suppliers for U.S. e-passport computer chips. It specifically examined the following two risks: (1) Can the computer chips used in U.S. e-passports be altered or forged to fraudulently enter the U.S.? (2) What risk could malicious code on the U.S. e-passport computer chip pose to national security? Charts and tables.
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