After about a year of using my xEM as a clone of my HID access card for my old job, I’ve moved overseas, am at a new workplace and I’m hoping to repurpose my xEM to work with our new badges.
Now, when I first cloned my HID Proxcard to my xEM I was pretty new to this, and used one of the “white Chinese multi-frequency cloners”. To my understanding this has locked the chip with a password in HID mode. When I attempted to scan my new card with the Chinese cloner it failed to read anything - which lead me to finally break out my PM3Easy and figure it out a bit. After updating the PM3Easy and running the “lf search u” command, on my new work badge I received this back:
Valid Hitag2 tag found - UID: 09558f11
Running the same command on my xEM I receive this back:
HID Prox TAG ID: 20063387cc (50150) - Format Len: 26bit - FC: 25 - Card: 50150
Valid HID Prox ID Found!
Valid T55xx Chip Found
What are my next steps? I’m extremely new to using the PM3, and should have listened to @TomHarkness when he said to stay the hell away from the white Chinese multi-freq cloner. I will grovel and/or beg for help where desired.