Rysc Corp will be closed from 11th to the 20th of February. All orders placed during this time will be shipped on the 21st of February.

Rysc Corp will be closed from 11th to the 20th of February. All orders placed during this time will be shipped on the 21st of February.

Muhammad @ University of British Columbia

October 12, 2017

I am an electrical engineering student at the University of British Columbia in the Vancouver campus, Canada. Being passionate about security techniques with a knack for finding unconventional ways around them, I have started to like testing the limits of systems around me in an attempt to improve them.

As such I recently purchased a MagSpoof from you guys which I believe will help me conduct a lot of research (and have fun of course) with as the university has multiple payment systems based on magnetic student cards. 

Another thing I have noticed is that access control is done using HID iClass RFID chips in the cards, looking around I found the Proxmark3 is perfect as it's firmware already supports the protocol and frequency I would need to find flaws in the universities current system.

I also find the HackRF One useful to experiment around with campus wide wireless communication systems.

Muhammad @ University of British Columbia





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