This site is tricky, It is my main site, but the card system is ran by the county. To make matters worse they have a wierd sense of security. (Will walk into our server rooms because it’s their building, wont allow us to have our own camera in there because 2 seperate camera systems can’t run in the the same room… Our departments have clashed)
So I don’t think they will program It but who know I can always ask.
It’s a bad photo but I can get a better one tomorrow.
I believe that it is a pivClass RK40
When I use the RFID Diagonstic card only the 13.56MHz shows up.
Here are my thoughts.
Because both cards didn’t read on TagInfo, and they both allow you access, they must be LF only.
Because both cards are labelled HID I am going to assume they are HID Prox.
Which your bluecloner can read/write from/to.
It is strange however that your LF LED on the Diagnostic card is not illuminating
and also that you could only successfully write the site B card.
Because you have better access to the Site A system, I would suggest:
Waiting for your Proxmark then:
Remove the password
Write the Site B to your NExT ( actually to a test card/fob first )
then enroll that same info to your Site A profile on that system.
This in theory will give you access to both sites with one card / Implant
In fact, in the interim I would grab a test card T5577
With your , copy and write the Site B info to your card.
Test that at Site B
If that works, try to enroll that card at site A.
If that works, the only thing left to do write the site B info to your NExT, then test the coupling of your NExT on the readers.
I know you didn’t manage to write Site B to your NExT previously, but that can sometimes be fickle.
If you can’t write to the T5577 card, then we may need to wait for the Proxmark3 to do some more diagnostics.
When will I get it??? JK . I love you’re company! Literally, the best Costomer service I have ever seen.
I ordered the bundle and you offered to send the implant out early! I thought I was going to have to wait a couple more weeks to become a cyborg!
The HID 0009p does certainly appear to be a low frequency card. Could you try presenting both the diagnostic card and your credential simultaneously to the reader? That should show if the low frequency does turn on as well.
Based on that, your implant and card are the same, and they are low frequency.
I would suggest holding your diagnostic card and pass to the reader at the same time and see if the LF lights up then. Nevermind I see that You tried that already. That reader must be doing something strange.
So Amal managed to get under your skin in some way…
Yeap. Or the LF coil is in a weird place in the reader or is located deep inside of the thing. I recently bought a cheap reader of Amazon and I couldn’t get the keychain to light up on the front of the unit but had some success on the sides. However, making use of this information could be hard with a wall in the way.