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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