Yes! You are correct, the DEZ line is just a mathematical equation on the Tag ID, another way of displaying it - security through obscurity!
I’m not sure what that equation is though, and not sure if there’s a ready made tool to convert, but I suspect you’ll find the answer by searching the Proxmark forums - they must know since they put it in there!
Glad you got it working, and thanks for posting back with the results! Just an FYI, there is also a Proxmark forum that is searchable in addition to the Github, they quite often have a massive archive of knowledge to search through
Can you write a post explicitly about how IDs can be displayed in hex or decimal or bits and how they are all the same thing? We get a lot of people talking about IDs as “digits” and I’d like a definitive explanation about how data is conveyed… as a bonus maybe also cover how there is a difference between the ascii value for 4 and the decimal bitwise value of 4 and character sets, and as a double bonus go into computer theory in general and just brain dump everything into a single run-on sentence.
But really… something like this needs to me made… and for true bonus points, explaining how HID and other cards with printed decimal numbers on them encode the chip ID as printed numbers on the card… the biggest reason for this is so people who have implants can reverse this process and take their IDs converted to printed numbers to clueless security personnel to type into the system as a new card.
Lots of work I know. You’ll get a Christmas bonus.
I’m so sorry for the NecroPost … But has anyone been able to get the DEZ 10 output from a kbr1 read to display as custom output?
I’d like for my scan to output as “secure password compliant”… so 8+ char, letters (lower & UPPER) numbers, and special char (!@#$%^&*)… Is this a pipe dream, or is this possible? Doesn’t have to come from my implant even… could be any compatible chip…