Howdy do everybody, just wondering if anyone has experience using the so called 10-Frequency RFID Writer for copying HID Proxcard II’s to the xEM.
It has both a 125khz mode and a HID-125khz mode on it, I’m assuming that it’s as simple as just using the 125khz xLED and finding the right (write) angle then copying and writing using the HID-125khz mode, but thought I’d check if there are any best practices that I should be taking into consideration. I have not yet attempted to write anything to the xEM.
I did see someone mention that the 10 Frequency Writer may password protect writes, as well as posting a password to use for unlocking it with other writers. Is this a big issue, it being locked? Is this for 125khz as well as 13.56mhz? I’ve also ordered a Proxmark3 from China, and I’ve also got an xNT ready to implant. Is there any problems with the 10 Frequency Writer to the point I should wait the several metric fricktonnes of weeks until the Proxmark arrives?
As for healing, I’m super happy with the healing process so far, I am one week in and have next to zero swelling or tenderness anymore as of a day or two ago.
I am slightly concerned about the implant depth however, under a bright light I can definitely make out a dark area where the implant is, not shockingly so, but enough that it’s noticeable if you know what you’re looking for. It’s not dissimilar to how you can see my magnet implant on the side of my hand which I’ve had for 3.5 years ago (which is a very similar size and shape), but that’s definitely tougher skin. My first thought was it might be bruising, but now that the swelling has gone down I can definitely feel the implant as a small bump under the skin, is this expected? Cheers!
Attached is the photo of the writer I have.