NFCopy works by reading or emulating a NFC card; depending on the necessities of the researcher. On the other hand, MagSpoof can wirelessly emulate/spoof any magnetic stripe card. So using NFC Copy Cat, the user will have a device capable of storing magnetic stripe data or NFC payment data to be replayed later — known in the cybersecurity world as a replay attack.
Devices like NFC Copy Cat are essential for researchers, students, teachers or anyone interested in payment systems. It will help to understand how the payment system works, the communications or the APDU protocol.
This is the first cybersecurity tool that support CircuitPython, we have include a memory flash SPI for all libraries of CircuitPython. Now you can make scripts for your testing in a very similar way as programming python. CircuitPython has a library for the NFC PN532, you can simply port their Arduino examples to CircuitPython.
Eink, E-paper, Think Ink – Collin shares six segments pondering the unusual low-power display technology that somehow still seems a bit sci-fi – http://adafruit.com/thinkink
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