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=Todo=
 
=Todo=
 
*Find the comport and see what it does
 
*Find the comport and see what it does
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=Serial=
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[[File:http://i.imgur.com/VZ1as.png]]
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*The Ethernet connector seems to be an kind of serial connection, the 1st pin is the GND en the 8th pin is somekind of data line
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*The data captured looks a lot like the usage of the ISO/IEC 7813, which is used for standarisation on magnetic stripe cards i.e. creditcards.
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Settings:
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- 50M samples
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- 24 Mhz freq.
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- 8 bits
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- 1 stopbit
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- no parity
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- inverted
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- 19200 baud
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=PS2=
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*A second......
  
 
=Docs=
 
=Docs=
 
*http://www.vivotech.com/products/
 
*http://www.vivotech.com/products/
 
*http://www.kis-kiosk.com/casestudies/assets/vivo-whitepaper-rfid.pdf
 
*http://www.kis-kiosk.com/casestudies/assets/vivo-whitepaper-rfid.pdf
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*http://blog.opensecurityresearch.com/2012/02/deconstructing-credit-cards-data.html
  
 
[[Category:Projects]]
 
[[Category:Projects]]
 
[[Category:Reverse enginering]]
 
[[Category:Reverse enginering]]

Revision as of 21:23, 2 August 2012

What is it? It's a RFID reader, we bought it somewhere on ebay and now we want to reverse is and see if we can do something with it.

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Details

  • Works on 12 volt
  • On boot "beeps"
  • Reads RFID Mifair classic out of the box, no idea what and how
  • Has on the back: power, RJ45 port (9volt?), "kinda" PS/2 port
  • On PCB there are some connectors
  • Did found a comport chip and 2 Philips chips.

Todo

  • Find the comport and see what it does

Serial

File:Http://i.imgur.com/VZ1as.png

  • The Ethernet connector seems to be an kind of serial connection, the 1st pin is the GND en the 8th pin is somekind of data line
  • The data captured looks a lot like the usage of the ISO/IEC 7813, which is used for standarisation on magnetic stripe cards i.e. creditcards.

Settings: - 50M samples - 24 Mhz freq. - 8 bits - 1 stopbit - no parity - inverted - 19200 baud

PS2

  • A second......

Docs