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The Proxmark 3 supports a verityvariety of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card ZZ.

IT appears as thought hethough the TSEC reader is using the DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. DES as an algorithm has been broken since 1973, which was the year it was published. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets don't work and have not been tested. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

The Proxmark 3 supports a verity of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card ZZ.

IT appears as thought he TSEC reader is using the DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. DES as an algorithm has been broken since 1973, which was the year it was published. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets don't work and have not been tested. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

The Proxmark 3 supports a variety of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card ZZ.

IT appears as though the TSEC reader is using the DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. DES as an algorithm has been broken since 1973, which was the year it was published. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets don't work and have not been tested. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

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The Proxmark 3 supports a verity of RFID protocolsThe Proxmark 3 supports a verity of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card ZZ.

IT appears as thought he TSEC reader is using the DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. DES as an algorithm has been broken since 1973, which was the year it was published. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets don't work and have not been tested. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

The Proxmark 3 supports a verity of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card ZZ.

IT appears as thought he TSEC reader is using DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. DES as an algorithm has been broken since 1973, which was the year it was published. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets don't work and have not been tested. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

The Proxmark 3 supports a verity of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card ZZ.

IT appears as thought he TSEC reader is using the DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. DES as an algorithm has been broken since 1973, which was the year it was published. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets don't work and have not been tested. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

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The Proxmark 3 supports a verity of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card ZZZ.

IT appears as thought he TSEC reader is using DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. The DES as an algorithm has been broken since 1973, which was the year it was published. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets, don't work a lot of RFID wallets don't work and have not been tested. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

The Proxmark 3 supports a verity of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card Z.

IT appears as thought he TSEC reader is using DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets, don't work. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

The Proxmark 3 supports a verity of RFID protocols. This is an open source RFID platform that is commonly used by malicious actors to capture and replay RFID tags found in the wild. In practice an attacker would stand outside of buildings A and B and capture every card, including card AB all the way down to card ZZ.

IT appears as thought he TSEC reader is using DESFire/Mifare standard, which has been broken since 2008. DES as an algorithm has been broken since 1973, which was the year it was published. The proxmark 3 should have no trouble cloning these tags.

This is also a good talk for an introduction to RFID Hacking: Live Free or RFID Hard. This talk brings up an interesting point, a lot of RFID wallets don't work and have not been tested. Most organizations don't require the use of RFID wallets, and treat RFID like magic.

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