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#1 2018-02-27 05:18:09

rchack2018
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Registered: 2018-02-24
Posts: 3

Thank

Well, I'll be direct. There is a cell phone application called "NFC Card Reader (EMV)", in which it makes a complete reading of an RFID card. Which interested me the subject and that's why I bought and researched on the NFC topics.
I am proving "Proxmark Client By El Gaucho de la Livida Palude" which I did the following reading:

proxmark3> hf 14th reader
ATQA: 04 00
 UID: XX XX XX XX
 SAK: 28 [1]
TYPE: JCOP31 or JCOP41 v2.3.1
 ATS: 13 78 80 72 02 80 31 80 66 b1 84 0c 01 6e 01 83 00 90 00 11 d8
       - TL: length is 19 bytes
       - T0: TA1 is present, TB1 is present, TC1 is present, FSCI is 8
       - TA1: different divisors are NOT supported, DR: [], DS: []
       - TB1: SFGI = 0, FWI = 0
       - TC1: NAD is NOT supported, CID is supported
       - HB: 80 31 80 66 b1 84 0c 01 6e 01 83 00 90 00


I would like to know how the application of NFC Card Reader (EMV) Julien MILLAU. You can do so complete reading and decode it.

With Proxmark3 can you?

Waiting for answers
ATTE
RCHACK

Thank

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#2 2018-02-27 08:09:52

iceman
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Registered: 2013-04-25
Posts: 4,692
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Re: Thank

you could update your device with the latest source from GitHub,   and use the new   hf emv commands to look at it.

But then the GUI will not work, and you will need to learn the client instead.


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