RRG / Iceman repo, the most totally wicked repo around if you are into Proxmark3 (by RfidResearchGroup)


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  • [question] Proxmark3 clone error | 2021-04-09
    I've never used Standalone mode, but if you're using the iceman firmware, it looks like there's a bunch of modules you can when when compiling the firmware. I don't know much about it, but you can get more info here.
  • Flashing Iceman to PM3EZ? | 2021-04-08
    I've never done it in Windows, but if you followed iceman's guide, I'm sure it'll be fine. Check out the Readme, there's links to Windows setup, Linux setup, Validating client functionality, first time use/setup, a list of all the commands/how to use them, and more. There's a lot of information, and it might take some time but if you take it in step by step, you can do a lot of cool stuff. :) | 2021-04-08
    Oh no! Check this out, it might help. | 2021-04-08
    u/iceman2001 has great instructions on GitHub. I personally used Kali Linux on a usb stick (with persistence) and had no issues. I've also done it with a raspberry pi before (don't remember what os) and similarly had no issues. Make sure you disable modem manager (marked "very important!" in the instructions) and don't mess around with it while it's flashing, and you shouldn't have an issue with bricking. If there's a specific step you're stuck on, reach out and we'll do our best to help. :)
  • old sc command syntax in wiki | 2021-03-19
  • Flashing a Proxmark 3 Easy | 2021-03-15
  • Exploiting Nespresso smart cards for fun and coffee | 2021-02-03
    They work with LF... They set a custom pwd, so you will be forced to use the cloner in the future.. But luckily we documented most of it, with the risk I be banned for self-promoting again, here is a link the writeup
  • Looking for Guidance. | 2021-01-19
    I did try to post a screenshot. I am following the "Setup and Build for WIndows" on
  • Recommendation for Beginners in RFID cards | 2021-01-17
    Of course. You should read a bit