What is the Proxmark III?
The Proxmark III offered here is a fully assembled board based on the original schematics released by Jonathan Westhues.
Boards include the PCB, firmware, software and a User Guide.
Every board is tested to function correctly.
Do I need a JTAG cable?
You will not need one to get started.
You may need one after unsuccessfully attempting to upgrade the board's firmware.
By default, boards are programmed with firmware version svn-r651.
I can't pay with PayPal, what are the alternatives?
Contact sales at proxmark3 dot com to inquire about other payment methods.
After ordering, how long will it take?
Orders typically ship within 2 business days after being placed.
Domestic orders will arrive 1 to 3 business days after being shipped.
International orders will arrive 2 to 7 business days after being shipped.
How much is shipping?
The exact amount depends on the method of shipping selected at checkout and the number of items ordered.
Domestic orders range between USD $6 and $11 while international orders are USD $50.
Where is the proxmark made?
The Proxmark3 is manufactured in the United States of America.
Is it easy to use?
The proxmark requires some technical knowledge to operate.
It is geared towards hobbyists, researchers and developers.
Specifically, the operator may need to buid their own antenna suited for their particular application frequency.
A familiarity with hardware, firmware, and software development may be necessary to customize or extend the proxmark's functionality.
Where can I get technical information about the Proxmark3?
Ed Lafargue has created an excellent technical user's manual for those just getting started with the device.
For questions that are not addressed in the user's manual, user's should make use of the excellent community forum hosted by Roel Verdult.
Finally, there is also the original author's page (Jonathan Westhues).
What tags / frequencies does the proxmark currently support?
The proxmark is designed to operate at 13.56MHz, 125kHz and 134kHz frequencies.
The firmware and software client include routines for decoding a wide variety of tags.
The proxmark is also capable of capturing a tag's waveform and replaying it.
More information on supported tag types can be found here.