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RFDUMP is a GUI to edit the "User Data Fields" on RFID tags and to test if a tag is protected against reading or writing. It implements a real life cookie on RFID tags. The tags that are supported for reading, writing, and editing are ISO 15693, ISO 14443 A, ISO 14443 B, SR176(1,2), Tag-it®, and I-Code®.

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  •  20 Jun 2008 07:42

    Release Notes: Debian patches were merged. Preference saving was fixed. Baud rate detection is done. Any pagesize can be read from saved XML.

    •  02 Nov 2007 07:16

      Release Notes: Support for 125kHz Tags was added. Support for new Readers like EHAG 125 kHz Multitag Reader Modules was added. Support was added for the following tags: M4002, EM4005, EM4050, HITAG1, HITAG2, Q5, and TIRIS. Bugs were fixed in the ISO 14443-Mifare code.

      •  13 Sep 2006 04:49

        Release Notes: Support was added for access control cards, ISO 14443 a/b. Support for brute force cracking of sector keys on encrypted rfid tags was added. Support for multi-baud rate readers was added. Support for cloning access cards was added. Minor bugs were fixed.

        •  30 Oct 2005 11:45

          Release Notes: Support was added for storing information from the RFID tags to files and restoring them back to tags. Support for ARM was improved, so RFDUMP now runs with pdaXrom and Opie. An RFID tag database is supported to enable better adaptation of new RFID tags to RFDUMP.


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