How do I program my implant to act as a work badge?


#1

Howdy,

I am the new guy.

While I am reasonably technically savvy, I am new to RF-ID tech.
I would like to duplicate my work RF-ID badge. Where to begin ? Do I need to get a reader / writer ? read my card, then write to my implant ? What can I do to be sure everything is compatible prior to purchasing and implanting ?
My card manufacturer is HID. That is all I know ( from looking at the back of the card.)

Thanks,
John


#2

Damn, for some reason I can never find the FAQ’s on DT.com. :frowning:

It’s in there somewhere but here’s the Cliff notes. 1. Figure out what type and frequency of the card your work uses. Can you read it with your phone? 2: Figure out how to clone the card to an appropriate implant chip. 3: Also from the FAQ’s, you may be better off getting a compatible implant and approaching your IT/security department and convincing them into adding your implant ID to their system rather than cloning their card into you.


#3

All FAQs have been moved to this forum under their own category!

But yeah, spot on with the rest of your post.


#4

I purchased a proxmark3 reader. I read my work badge which is a HID LF.
The tag is:

HID Prox TAG ID: xxxxxxxxxx (12679) - Format Len: 35bit - FC: 84 - Card: 209287
(I obviscated the actual tag number).
The problem is the 35 Bit. Can I program the implant LF tag with a 35 bit number ?
I still have some learning to do here. But I thought I would pose the question.

No I am not rich and anxious to spend money. I bought the procMark3 as part of a work project. Learning the details of RFID a is a side research project at work …


#5

@jvanhook yes you can clone an HID Prox to a T5577 based LF tag like our xEM with the proxmark3. GIYF!