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RFIDIOt: RFID IO tools

Posted on Tuesday, November 29th, 2011 in code, open source, RFID by the machinegeek


RFIDIOt, which stands for RFID IO Tools, is an open source Python library for exploring RFID devices. It is intended to work with a range of LF and HF RFID reader hardware including both serial and PCSC devices. It’s the work of Adam Laurie, a Director of the security research and consultancy company Aperture Labs Ltd.

Read the details about RFIDIOt tools at the documentation page, and download the code here.

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2 Responses to “RFIDIOt: RFID IO tools”

  1. Sjaak says:

    Nice projectname !

  2. rsdio says:

    are you sure it doesn’t stand for Radio Frequency Idiot?

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