KEYSY – How to sniff, emulate and clone an LF Tag

The Keysy LF Duplicator and Emulator is a powerful pocket-sized device for copying and emulating LF RFID tags. The device can hold four LF tags, which can be written off the device at a later time onto the Keysy LF tags. Tag reading is rapid and subtle – place the device on top of the target badge, and it will be automatically saved. Tags can be immediately emulated/replayed, or written out onto a physical badge. The device supports dozens of LF / 125KHz badges via its highly optimized RF interface. With its discreet looks and powerful performance, the Keysy LF RFID Copier is a must-have tool for pen-testers. get your Keysy now! https://lab401.com/collections/hardware/products/keysy-lf-rfid-emulator-duplicator and visit LAB401.com

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What is RFID? RFID EXPLAINED

What is RFID? We explain what Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is and give examples of what industries and applications are currently utilizing RFID. R-F-I-D stands for Radio Frequency Identification. Radio Frequency Identification is a technology that allows almost any object to be wirelessly identified using data transmitted via radio waves. RFID technology is similar to barcodes, but with a few major differences: 1. Line-of-sight is NOT needed to read RFID tags 2. Hundreds of tags can be read in seconds 3. RFID Tags can be very durable 4. RFID Tags can hold more data than other types of tags and labels 5. Read range for an RFID system can be controlled as needed – from less than 1m, up to 150 meters 6. Tags can be encrypted or locked for security 7. T

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RFID | What is RFID? | RFID Advantages

RFID stands for Radio-Frequency IDentification is the use of radio waves to read and capture information stored on a tag attached to an object. There are primarily three basic types of RFID tags that are familiar to most consumers who use the technology: active, passive, and semi-passive. Active RFID tags have their own transmitter and power source usually a batter on board. These are mostly UHF solutions, and read ranges can extend up to 100 m in some instances. Used to track large assets (like cargo containers, vehicles, and machines). Active RFID tags are also often equipped with sensors that measure and transmit temperature, humidity, light, and shock/vibration data for the objects they are attached to. There are two types of active tags. Transponders only “wake up” and transmi

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The Right Way To Install a Start/Stop Button

Check out my updated video! https:// This is the proper way to install a push to start button, in a car without an immobilizer chip in the key, without any key required This is a tutorial of a push to start system installation which I purchased from Amazon.com for $46.00. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask in the comments section, and I will try my best to answer them. Links in the description. By shopping on Amazon.com via this link, you’ll become 5x cooler 😎 (but seriously…if you’d like to support the channel at no cost to you, just use this link to shop on Amazon 😁) If you would like to make a donation to project Evo, you can click the link below: https://

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RFID Controller Chip/Circuit: Need Your Support: Eye-On-Stuff

Please consider donating to my channel so I can make more videos for you: All my videos are here: https:// In this video, I show and demonstrate my RFID Controller circuit design. I use a 28pin Pic16F876-20 microcontroller. This is a single chip solution. No development board or coding required. Features Include: Ability to program up to 8 RFID tags (125Khz) into memory, Add or Delete tags from memory, Includes qty 2 Master programming credit card size tags for enabling the programming mode. Master tags also trigger outputs. The design provides 5 outputs: 2second momentary H-L, 5second momentary H-L, 5second momentary L-H, Toggle H-L, and Toggle L-H. The outputs allow you to control relays, so

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Lesson 21 – RC522 RFID Module

RC522 RFID Module. Demonstrate the Elegoo sketch provided in the tutorial covering the RFID Module and expand the sketch to include a Master and User Tag sketch. A beginner’s guide to the Most Complete Starter Kit by Elegoo. Hello everyone, I’m Rick the Tech Enthusiast here with the next Elegoo Lesson. This is the next lesson on my Arduino UNO Series covering the Most Complete Starter Kit by Elegoo. I try to follow the included tutorial and will point out any changes or corrections as I find them. As mentioned before, I purchased this Elegoo starter kit and Elegoo isn’t sponsoring me. I just thought it would be fun to do a video of each Lesson as I was learning the Arduino environment. We’ll need a few things from your Elegoo Arduino UNO kit. I’ll list the items below. In t

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SecIndGroup.com question of the day: Ep. 7 – What is UHF?

Episode 7: “Hey Maarten, what is the best way to identify vehicles?” Maarten Mijwaart from SecIndGroup.com tries answering questions that are relevant to the security industry. This week’s question: What is UHF? UHF is an acronym for Ultra High Frequency. It refers to the badwidth between 300 MHz and 3000 MHz. In security we most often use approximately 900 MHz. UHF was first used in logistics as an alternative to barcodes (read multiple tags on objects remotely, for example for inventory management). The GS1 EPC Gen II standard allows that a reader from vendor A will read tags from vendor B. Version 2 of the standard adds encryption to the communication to support tag authentication. There are many suppliers of UHF readers. Each reader has it’s own features and characteristics (ante

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How to build an Animal RFID reader with Arduino, ESP8266, or ESP32

Let’s make that our Arduino can read animal RFID tags. Then cats or other animals can be part of our home automation. Or maybe you want to get chipped? Links: Sketch: https://github.com/SensorsIot/Animal-RFID-Reader Small reader: Middle reader: Long-Range reader: Arduino Mega clone: Supporting Material and Blog Page: Github: https:// My Patreon Page: https:// Alternative: https://flattr.com/@andreasspiess My Bitcoin address: 19FSmqbBzb5zsYB1d8Bq4KbxVmezToDNTV If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charge

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