ProxmarkPro RFID and NFC vulnerability testing made easy

ProxmarkPro RFID and NFC vulnerability testing made easy
ProxmarkPro RFID and NFC vulnerability testing made easy
ProxmarkPro is a new system designed by RYSC to provide users with a handheld RFID and NFC test platform optimized for unbound use in the field. ProxmarkPro is a portable test instrument designed to quickly detect, identify and demonstrate weaknesses in popular RFID and NFC systems in the field.

ProxmarkPro is perfect for quickly, easily and vigorously demonstrating vulnerabilities and risks to non-technical decision makers and stakeholders.

- Portable: One-handed use, lightly concealed, lightweight, compact
- Independent: no external cables, batteries or computers required
- Built-in screen: Intuitive menu visible in direct sunlight and in the dark
- Swappable Antennas: No tools required to change tuned antennas
- Removable storage: Capture and load data with the supplied 16GB microSD card
- State of the Art: built with new and improved FPGAs and ADCs
- Made in the United States: uses parts from all over the world

The development team responsible for the RFID and NFC test system explains a bit more about inspiration and design. "ProxmarkPro is NOT another development set. It is designed from the ground to meet the demanding requirements of Red Teamers and security researchers. ProxmarkPro is intended to be used in the field or on a desk without client connection or setup, just turn it on and start using it The antenna can be easily and quickly replaced to accommodate a wide range of systems. "

ProxmarkPro has launched via the Crowd Supply website and is now available for early bird backers from $250 with worldwide shipping expected to take place around September 2019. For more details, visit the ProxmarkPro project site. So what are your thoughts on this gadget? Comment down below!

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ProxmarkPro RFID and NFC vulnerability testing made easy ProxmarkPro RFID and NFC vulnerability testing made easy Reviewed by Admin on June 10, 2019 Rating: 5

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