Trying to learn how to set the password with PM3
Bc my android devices refuse to cooperate
##command to write data to Pw block
“ lf t55xx write b BLOCK d DATA p 1234”
Block— the password should be in block 0???
What should DATA be?
I want to create/set a password using the PM3
But also not ruin my implant as that would be mildly inconvenient
1/ Why do you want to password a LF chip? I mean sure, why not, but who’s going to sneak up on you and reprogram it, realistically?
2/ What does Android have to do with it? Are you trying to use the PM3’s Android client? Because if you try to use a cellphone to reprogram a T5577, that ain’t never going to work.
My understanding of it is
Only the UID will be readable if I password protect it
I have no other data on it at this time
Not using the PM3 for the XEM side. I guess that was misleading.
I was trying to use the DT nfc to set a pw for the HF side and I’ve yet to get it to run correctly.
After each try I read it to ensure my data is still there
All the NDEF records I’ve put in are still present
Basically I’m exercising my ability to use the proxmark and I want to figure this thing out
I am utterly confused
xEM is a LF chip. You have to use the PM3 for that one. Cellphones won’t work.
Okay then you have a NeXT. If you’re talking to the HF part, you can use a PM3, but not the t55xx commands: those are LF commands.
If you password-protect the LF side (t55xx), it’ll just prevent reprogramming the chip into another configuration.
But since you talk about data, I assume you’re talking about the HF side. If you password-protect it, it depends on what the password protects exactly. You can set pages to be write-only, read-only or entirely inaccessible without a password. What are you trying to achieve exactly?
Also, if you or DT have run the DT app on that chip, it’s already password-protected. If you did it, I hope you remember the password. If DT did it, well I don’t know what they put on it.
That’s a good reason
Ok. I thought the LF side had SOME capacity for storing information.
I have tried the HF side with the app. It allows me to type in the PW then nothing
No response when close to the reader ( in the phone ).
And I can still completely access all info on the xNT side
I want to make the XNT side. Password protected so it is read only
I’m not really worried about a person intentionally doing it
More so that a wierd scan or EM field causes corruption of a read write tag
I work around a lot of EM fields regularly.
However I have had an excessive amount of caffeine and got started working on the LF side for some reason.
And now we’re here haha. Thanks for the quick reply as well
In certain configurations, it does. Configured as an EM, it’s just a UID-spewing device essentially.
The app should tell you it’s done, or throw an error if the password protection is already in place. If it doesn’t answer at all, it’s not normal.
The DT app won’t make your chip unreadable (or unwriteable - not the NDEF record anyway). What it does it configure the chip so that it can’t be bricked accidentally. If you want to truly use the password protection to make portions of it unreadable, you’ll have to dive into sending custom commands to the NTAG chip (not sure TagWriter does it).
Be careful when programming the LF side (T5577): those chips can get bricked if you do it without being very careful with coupling. The less you do it - and the more careful you are when you do it - the better.
Your NExT does not need to be protected by the Dangerous NFC app, it is already protected at the factory. The configuration memory pages on your NExT should look similar to this:
The default password for the HF side of the NExT is “NExT” (4E 45 78 54). If you want to change it you will have to include that password as an authentication in any write commands to protected memory pages.
If you want to protect the user memory pages (04-E1) your can change the AUTH0 byte to 04, and it would password protect everything after page 04.
What command did you use to get this dump?
I’m going to re attempt my password change again tomorrow.
If you can google a stock password it’s worth changing.
Also thank you
I usually use TagInfo for advanced reading and NFC Shell for advanced writing of HF tags (both Android apps). I usually don’t bother with HF on the proxmark because it’s seldom worth the effort (other than MIFARE). You absolutely need the Proxmark for LF tags though.
I can help you with NFC Shell commands if you want, though you seem to want to use the Proxmark. The community at large should be able to help you with proxmark commands.
Two suggestions just for clarity. I would edit all your references to the xEM and xNT to just say NExT (HF and LF side). While they have the same chips, the NExT is pre-configured while the xNT is not, and they have slightly different antennas because of the form factor. I would also hesitate to use the term “UID” for LF implants. Just ID would be better. UID is reserved for 7 byte ID HF tags that are truly unique.
it is not that, you could try
DNGR (0x44 0x43 0x47 0x52)