Proxmark3 RFID Hacking / Research | Access Control Part 3

Introduction Or rather miniature guns, that pack a powerful punch… Our previous posting on Access Control Part 2: Mifare Attacks, we demonstrated a weakness in some Mifare implementations. Our previous attack relied on the use of a single default key, and using the nested attack to eventually recover all keys for the card.  Additionally, we used a rather cheap and affordable ACR-122U reader that costs approximately $40(USD), and the attack process…

Mifare Attacks | Access Control – Part 2 | InteliSecure

Introduction Our previous posting on Access Control Part 1: Magstripes Revisited, demonstrated the use and subversion of magstripe technology. RFID is our future, and unless implemented in a secure fashion – it to can be vulnerable to attack. Below we will walk through a valid attack methodology, including hardware and software, that can be used to subvert some RFID Access Control Systems. The organisations that tend to be vulnerable are…