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10-09-2018, 00:24

Proxmark3 V2 Kit

Catégorie: RFID / Rfid reader

Reference:  EVO847
Condition:  New product
The proxmark3 is a powerful Penetration Testing and Research and development RFID tool. It is designed to snoop, listen and emulate everything from Low Frequency (125kHz) to High Frequency (13.56MHz) tags.
It can act as a reader, a writer and clone a RFID tag. It can eavesdrop on a transaction between another reader and a tag, analyze a signal to perform an attack and pretend to be a tag itself.

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The Proxmark III is an Open Source device developed by Jonathan Westhues that enables sniffing, reading and cloning of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags. The Proxmark III could be arguably regarded as the most powerful device currently available for researching RFID and Near Field Communication systems. The FPGA allows it to meet the demanding
communications timing requirements imposed by various RFID systems. The device targets low and high frequency systems operating at 125 kHz, 134 kHz and 13.56 Mhz.
This Proxmark III from Elechouse is an improved version with a smaller size and improved Antennas design. The software is completely compatible.
The Proxmark III board comes with 2 antennas (for Low Frequency and High Frequency), MMCX cables, several tags, a Micro USB cable and an enclosure. You just need to connect it with your PC.
- Powerful functions: Snoop, listen and emulate everything from Low Frequency (125kHz) to High Frequency (13.56MHz)
- Complete open-source software: free to modify and use
Easy to use: plug in and play, no need to obtain knowledge of hardware
- Full kits: everything you need to play

Main Board
- CPU : ARM, 512K (AT91SAM7S512) of flash memory, 64kB of RAM
- FPGA : Xilinx Spartan-II
- Two independent RF circuits, HF and LF
- Power : through USB port or battery
- Connectivity : Micro-USB port for PC and MMCX sockets for antennas
- User interface: one button, one switch, 6 LEDs.
The FPGA does the low level modulation/demodulation (-A, -B, ASK, OOK, etc), whereas the CPU should handle the coding/decoding of the frames (Manchester, Miller, etc) as well as more advanced functions.
High-frequency/Low-frequency Antenna Socket
MMCX (micro-miniature coaxial) sockets
- High-frequency: 13.56Mhz
- Low-frequency: 125Khz/134Khz
Note: Optionnal Battery not included.
User Guide
GitHub Wiki
Assembly instructions
Proxmark3 Forum
Proxmark3 jtag flashing using a Bus pirate
WARNING: The Proxmark3 is a research and development tool. It has not been evaluated for compliance with regulations governing transmission and reception of radio signals. You are responsible for using this product in compliance with your local laws.


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