@philidelphiaChickens - yeah, it’s the small form factor that makes me very interested. @mfries18 - having watched several tutorials, it seems proper quick when emulating, again another factor that made me interested. @Eriequiet - yeah, no mad pentesting actions required. @Zeno - ooooft. WearOS app…
Fuck the RDV4
Get a PM3 (you will be covered for everything)
once you have a tick in the PM3 box
Get yourself a Flipper
I am a huge fan of the Flipper.
I also have an RDV4 AND an Easy,
FIRST and foremost
You “need” a ProxMark3, of any description.
if you have an Easy, you do not need an RDV4.
If you have an RDV4, you probably thought the same as me “its much more expensiver, so it must be betterer”
You want a Flipper, and you will have fun playing with the functionality, the size is great and more portable than a PM3 and laptop.
In time, I think the Flipper will be all that most people will need for basic read write functionality, but my opinion, its not quite there yet.
The flipper reads implants really easily, including xSeries, and better than either of the PM3s
Reading and writing LF chips is simple, and covers most common modes.
Also emulates HF
It also reads easily, BUT it cannot yet write to a Mifare Classic as easily as you would hope/expect. (Not as simple as LF side)
I’ll do a write up at some stage, but here is not the place to do that.
This may be of use
If you want to keep it factory, thats the way to go
You are missing out on a bunch of other functionality and libraries, if you want that, try my link above
There is, and I have/do use it, personally I prefer Cable
for the stablity and faster connection
Totally agree, I dont regularly carry it in my pocket, but have from time to time if I have a “reason”, But ALWAYS have it in my quick access pocket in my backpack.
See my post above.
I can see some uses for it, but realistically you can do it all from your bluetooth connection screen emulation on your phone, and the phone is better, so I wouldnt call the Wear OS functionality a selling point, merely a capability.
Thats my 2 cents and I probably didn’t need to share, as the other guys covered it above, but I hope there was something of use in there…
The times were virtually identical, so my statement that the cable is faster than Bluetooth was wrong, however, I have had Bluetooth disconnect in the past, so cable is still my preferred way, but speed-wise, no diff
~9 mins if you were wondering ( there was about 15 secs difference between Cable and Bluetooth )
I don’t have a proxmark, but I only have an xSIID and an xEM. My Flipper Zero works absolutely amazingly with both of my implants. I have used it a ton for non implant related things too. I have used it to unlock my car when I didn’t have the key, it’s gotten me into places I probably shouldn’t have been and it’s been a universal remote for everything ir in my house. The proxmark is great if all you care about is your implants but get some custom firmware on a flipper(I forked rogue master) and it opens up all sorts of pen testing abilities.