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Open source RFID development tools

Posted on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 in RFID, tools by Ian

Romuald writes about our earlier RFID post:

I just read the latest post about RFID development. I just let you know that it already exists Free/Libre projects in this area.

  • Proxmark which is a famous tool to sniff, learn, tweak, spoof many kind of RFID.
  • WIP mikeycard which will be a tool useful to clone a MIFARE Classic tag and emulate passive RFID/NFC tags.

Update, from the comments:

I forgot to talk about OpenPCD that use librfid which is Free/Libre hardware and software too.

And maybe someone could be interested in libnfc which is a Free/Libre library to drive NFC chips (currently on the proprietary PN53x chips).

Thanks for the tip!

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  1. Romuald says:

    I forgot to talk about OpenPCD (http://www.openpcd.org/) that use librfid (http://openmrtd.org/projects/librfid/) which is Free/Libre hardware and software too.

    And maybe someone could be interested in libnfc (http://libnfc.org) which is a Free/Libre library to drive NFC chips (currently on the proprietary PN53x chips).

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