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3D Printed Arduino Leonardo + PN532 RFID + 1602 LCD + Tony Stark's arc reactor
I've had old useless 1602 LCD lying around so I decided I will 3D print case and use it with RFID Reader on Arduino Leonardo, for LEDs I used my 3D printed Tony Stark's arc reactor.
Just basic Mifare Classic CUID reading and actions based on CUID, no dumping data.
Example actions seen in video
- Card for changing basic tone
- i make sound based on basic tone * cuid
- Card for disabling sound
- Card for disabling led flashing
- Card to select second app (valid / invalid card)
Secure RFID CREDIT-CARD Arduino
this program can use for making a chip Real-Secure RFID CREDIT-CARD using:
+ RFID - RC522 module
+ blank mifare classic 1k cards.
note: every mifare classic 1k card has 64 blocks and each block has 16 bytes(char) for personal data(some are "security-blocks").
for this program we need 1 block to save our information and rest of it is blank and usable for other data.
Tutorial:Using a RFID Card Reader with the Arduino
This tutorial was developed for the MAKE course at the University of South Florida (www.makecourse.com). This tutorial discusses the use of a MF522-AN RFID reader and MIFARE Classic 1k tags/cards with the Arduino. The basics of RFID communication are reviewed as well as the MIFARE card hardware. A library for the MF522 that can be found at github (https://github.com/miguelbalboa/rfid) is being used for a simple Arduino sketch that allows the writing and reading of blocks on a MIFARE card.
From: Make Course
Vingcard Classic RFID Reader Demo w/ MiFare Card
A typical Vingcard hotel MiFare card reader. This model is a standard lower-security model. It features only a green light, so denied access is flashing green.
Model: Class RFID
-Frequency: 13.56 MHz
-Range: About 1 inch
DISCLOSURE: Do NOT attempt to make prox reader demos on doors that you do not have permission to access or use. Doing so can be considered attempted break-in and is grounds for punishment by property owners. Never list any locations of access control demos,...
Read NFC Tags and Cards on Android
NFC Reader is a simple and efficient tool letting you to read contact-less tags on your smartphones and tablets. NFC Reader supports various tags like NDEF, RFID, FeliCa, ISO 14443, Mifare Classic 1k, MIFARE DESFire, MIFARE Ultralight, NTAG, ...
NFC Reader is available on the Google Play Store in both versions :
- Free supported by Ads : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ssaurel.nfcreader
- Paids with no Ads :...
From: Sylvain Saurel
Breaking Mifare Classic using bootable Live DVD
The bootable Live RFID Hacking System http://live.openpcd.com contains a ready-to-use set of hacking tools for breaking and analyzing MIFARE Classic RFID cards and other well known card formats. It is built around PCSC-lite, the CCID free software driver and libnfc that gives you access to some of the most common RFID readers.
You can download a bootable ISO image of the RFID Live Hacking System Live CD/DVD (663MB, for 64bit x86 systems only) at http://live.openpcd.com .
From: Milosch Meriac
Oyster card hacked - start from 44 secs
The story of the hacking of the mifare classic RFID chip - used in various applications around the world. I made this film for Channel 4 News in the summer of 2008. Excuse the aspect ratio issues - uploaded in a rush from a PC without the right software to fix.
From: Bill Code
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25c3: Analyzing RFID Security
Speakers: Henryk Plötz. Karsten Nohl
Many RFID tags have weaknesses, but the security level of different tags varies widely. Using the Mifare Classic cards as an example, we illustrate the complexity of RFID systems and discuss different attack vectors. To empower further analysis of RFID cards, we release an open-source, software-controlled, and extensible RFID reader with support for most common standards.
RFID tags and contact-less smart cards are regularly criticized for their lack of...
Android RFID Card Reader
We have developed a hardware add-on for a RFID card reader/writer, capable of reading classic Mifare 1K RFID cards/tags. You can connect it to your Android device through the USB port. A few expensive Android phones already have a NFC/RFID reader built-in. There are other stand-alone RFID scanners that can connect via blue-tooth as well.
But we have developed a hardware add-on that can connect to the USB port directly. So, if you have a basic Android device. With this hardware add-on, you can...
From: Alfatek Systems
Tutorial:Using a RFID Card Reader with the Arduino (Update)
This tutorial was developed for the MAKE course at the University of South Florida (www.makecourse.com). This tutorial discusses the use of MF522-AN and RC522 RFID readers and MIFARE Classic 1k tags/cards with the Arduino. The basics of RFID communication are reviewed as well as the MIFARE card hardware. A library for the MF522 that can be found at github (https://github.com/miguelbalboa/rfid) is being used for a simple Arduino sketch that allows the writing and reading of blocks on a MIFARE...
From: Make Course