ProxmarkPro

by Rysc Corp

A handheld RFID & NFC test instrument optimized for untethered use in the field

Jul 18, 2019

Procurement and Production

Just a quick update on how we are looking at for production. Read the full update.


Jun 25, 2019

Getting Started Guide

We created a cumulative Guide covering various features and setup with ProxmarkPro. And production has begun on the enclosures and pouches. Read the full update.


Jun 11, 2019

Unchained Mode and Interface Features

ProxmarkPro was designed for portable use - unchained. Here's a walkthrough of how to use Unchained mode, as well as a few extra in-the-field settings and features. Read the full update.


Jun 05, 2019

We're Funded & Cloning & Replaying Tags

The project has hit its funding goal! So we're going ahead with production. This update also walks through how to clone tags and replay a tag from a one you've got or from ProxmarkPro's memory. Read the full update.


May 22, 2019

Brute-forcing HID Tags

This post covers how to do a brute-force attack with an HID tag on the ProxmarkPro. A brute-force attack is done by trying to guess multiple tag UID's similar to a known working tag UID to gain access. Read the full update.


May 21, 2019

How to Identify Unknown Tags

In this weeks update we will be discussing the steps of how to identify an unknown card (LF or HF) in the field using ProxmarkPro. Read the full update.


May 13, 2019

Meet the ProxmarkPro

We're happy to announce that the ProxmarkPro campaign is officially live! Read the full update.


$33,700 raised

of $25,000 goal

134% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$400

ProxmarkPro Kit

Everything you need get started with your NFC and RFID experiments, including a ProxmarkPro main unit with enclosure and 1200 mAh battery, one low-frequency (LF) antenna, one high-frequency (HF) antenna, a bundle of three HF tags, a bundle of three LF tags, one 16 GB microSD card, and a carrying pouch.

Credits

Rysc Corp

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