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1. (WO2019067345) VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER
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CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

1. A vehicle security system, comprising:

a main printed circuit board (PCB) assembly;

a radio frequency identification (RFID) reader coupled to the main PCB assembly;

a starter assembly coupled to the main PCB assembly; and

an RFID tag,

wherein the main PCB assembly is configured to:

determine whether an activation sequence of a motor vehicle is correct; determine whether an RFID tag is in close physical proximity to the RFID reader and whether the RFID tag is valid in response to determining that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is correct; and

transition the vehicle security system into a disarmed state to allow the starter assembly to start the motor vehicle in response to determining that the RFID tag is in close proximity to the RFID reader and valid.

2. The vehicle security system of claim 1, wherein the main PCB assembly is further configured to immobilize the motor vehicle by deactivating a critical component of the motor vehicle in response to:

determining that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is not correct; determining that the RFID tag is not in close physical proximity; or determining that the RFID tag is not valid.

3. The vehicle security system of claim 2, wherein the main PCB assembly is configured to deactivate the critical component of the motor vehicle by:

deactivating a starter motor of the motor vehicle; and

deactivating a fuel pump of the motor vehicle.

4. The vehicle security system of claim 1, wherein the RFID tag is configured to: receive a passcode from the RFID reader;

determine whether the received passcode matches a stored passcode;

retrieve a keycode from a secure memory in response to determining that the received passcode matches the stored passcode; and

send the retrieved keycode to the RFID reader.

5. The vehicle security system of claim 1, wherein the main PCB assembly is configured to determine whether the RFID tag is in close physical proximity to the RFID reader and determine whether the RFID tag is valid by:

using a sequentially revolving code to select a random sub-section of a keycode stored in a local memory of the main PCB assembly;

generate information identifying the selected random sub- section of the keycode;

transmitting an interrogation message including a passcode and the information identifying the selected random sub-section of the keycode to the RFID tag;

receiving a keycode portion from the RFID tag in response to transmitting the interrogation message;

determining whether the received keycode portion matches information stored in the selected random sub-section of the keycode; and

determining that the RFID tag is valid in response to determining that the received keycode portion matches information stored in the selected random subsection of the keycode.

6. The vehicle security system of claim 5, wherein the RFID tag is configured to: receive the passcode and the information identifying the selected random subsection of the keycode;

determine whether the received passcode matches a stored passcode;

use the information identifying the selected random sub-section of the keycode to retrieve a keycode portion stored in a secure memory in response to determining that the received passcode matches the stored passcode; and

send the retrieved keycode portion to the main PCB assembly via the RFID reader.

7. The vehicle security system of claim 1, wherein the main PCB assembly is configured to determine whether the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is correct by:

monitoring sensors in the motor vehicle to determine whether an entry event occurred; and

monitoring an ignition system of the motor vehicle to determine whether an ignition activation event occurred.

8. The vehicle security system of claim 7, wherein the main PCB assembly is further configured to:

monitor the ignition system of the motor vehicle to determine whether the ignition activation event occurred in response to determining that at least one entry event occurred; and

determine whether the RFID tag is in close physical proximity to the RFID reader an whether the RFID tag is valid in response to determining that the ignition activation event occurred.

9. The vehicle security system of claim 7, wherein the main PCB assembly is configured to determine that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is correct by:

determining that at least one entry event occurred;

determining that the ignition activation event occurred; and

determining that the at least one entry event occurred prior to the ignition activation event.

10. The vehicle security system of claim 1, wherein the main PCB assembly is further configured to activate a defense mechanism or a deterrent in response to determining that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is not correct.

11. The vehicle security system of claim 1, wherein the main PCB assembly is further configured to:

determine whether an ignition system of the motor vehicle transitioned from an on state to an off state;

activate a timer in response to determining that the ignition system of the motor vehicle transitioned from the on state to the off state;

determine whether a value of the timer is greater than a threshold value; and enter into an armed state in response to determining that the value of the timer is greater than the threshold value.

12. A vehicle security device, comprising:

a processor configured with processor executable instructions to:

determine whether an activation sequence of a motor vehicle is correct; determine whether an RFID tag is in close physical proximity to an

RFID reader of the motor vehicle and whether the RFID tag is valid in response to determining that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is correct; and transition into a disarmed state to allow a starter assembly of the motor vehicle to start the motor vehicle in response to determining that the RFID tag is in close proximity to the RFID reader and valid.

13. The vehicle security device of claim 12, wherein the processor is configured to determine whether the RFID tag is in close physical proximity to the RFID reader and whether the RFID tag is valid by:

using a sequentially revolving code to select a random sub-section of a keycode stored in a local memory of the vehicle security device;

generate information identifying the selected random sub- section of the keycode;

transmitting an interrogation message including a passcode and the information identifying the selected random sub-section of the keycode to the RFID tag;

receiving a keycode portion from the RFID tag in response to transmitting the interrogation message;

determining whether the received keycode portion matches information stored in the selected random sub-section of the keycode; and

determining that the RFID tag is valid in response to determining that the received keycode portion matches information stored in the selected random subsection of the keycode.

14. The vehicle security device of claim 12, wherein the processor is configured to determine whether the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is correct by:

monitoring sensors in the motor vehicle to determine whether an entry event occurred; and

monitoring an ignition system of the motor vehicle to determine whether an ignition activation event occurred.

15. The vehicle security device of claim 14, wherein the processor is configured to determine that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is correct by:

determining that at least one entry event occurred;

determining that the ignition activation event occurred; and

determining that the at least one entry event occurred prior to the ignition activation event.

16. The vehicle security device of claim 12, wherein the processor is further configured to:

activate a defense mechanism or a deterrent in response to determining that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is not correct; or

immobilize the motor vehicle by deactivating a critical component of the motor vehicle in response to:

determining that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is not correct;

determining that the RFID tag is not in close physical proximity; or determining that the RFID tag is not valid.

17. A method of providing security for a motor vehicle, comprising

determining, via a processor in a vehicle security system component, whether an activation sequence of the motor vehicle is correct;

determining whether an RFID tag is in close physical proximity to an RFID reader of the motor vehicle and whether the RFID tag is valid in response to determining that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is correct; and

allowing a starter assembly of the motor vehicle to start the motor vehicle in response to determining that the RFID tag is in close proximity to the RFID reader and valid.

18. The method of claim 17, further comprising immobilizing the motor vehicle in response to:

determining that the activation sequence of the motor vehicle is not correct; determining that the RFID tag is not in close physical proximity; or

determining that the RFID tag is not valid.

19. The method of claim 17, wherein determining whether the RFID tag is in close physical proximity to the RFID reader and whether the RFID tag is valid comprise: using a sequentially revolving code to select a random sub-section of a keycode stored in a local memory of the vehicle security system component;

generate information identifying the selected random sub- section of the keycode;

transmitting an interrogation message including a passcode and the information identifying the selected random sub-section of the keycode to the RFID tag;

receiving a keycode portion from the RFID tag in response to transmitting the interrogation message;

determining whether the received keycode portion matches information stored in the selected random sub-section of the keycode; and

determining that the RFID tag is valid in response to determining that the received keycode portion matches information stored in the selected random subsection of the keycode.

20. The method of claim 19, further comprising:

receiving, by an RFID tag processor of the RFID tag, the passcode and the information identifying the selected random sub- section of the keycode;

determining, by the RFID tag processor, whether the received passcode matches a stored passcode;

using, by the RFID tag processor, the information identifying the selected random sub- section of the keycode to retrieve a keycode portion stored in a secure memory in response to determining that the received passcode matches the stored passcode; and

sending the retrieved keycode portion from the RFID tag to the vehicle security system component.