The Proxmark3 Dev Kit 2 (RDV2) from Elechouse is more portable and brings various improvements to the open source design. Antennas are improved and the connection is through mmcx cables which are a lot easier to find and work with. Antennas can be mounted on the device in various configurations and easily held. An optional 3.7v battery can be placed inside the shell and powering the device is still possible with external USB batteries.
The Proxmark III is a device developed by Jonathan Westhues that enables sniffing, reading and cloning of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags. It is currently the “gold standard” when it comes to RFID research.
- Read just about any RFID tag
- Pretend to be a reader or a tag
- Sniff communications between a reader and tag
- Operate in standalone mode without a PC (USB battery required)
Accessories included the kit has everything you need to get started with your RFID research.
- Low Frequency Antenna – Tuned to operate at 125kHz, 134kHz, and optimally at 127.66 kHz
- High Frequency Antenna – Tuned to operate at 13.56mHz
- Tag bundle – Includes six type of RFID tags: T5577 (125kHz) read/write card, Mifare 1 S50 (13.56mHz) read/write card, Mifare Ultralight (13.56mHz) read/write card, Mifare UID (13.56mHz) read/write card, HID (125kHz) read/write card, and EM4100 (125kHz) read card.
- Protective PCB shell, USB cable, MMCX cables, board riser and screws
Each unit is pre-flashed with pm3-bin-2.5.0