I'm doing a project in school, my basic goal is to demonstrate how insecure RFID credit cards are, I need to find a usb RFID card reader for less than 25 $ which will read a full credit card number, all of the readers i have found online seem to only read the first 10 digits of a proximity card. I really dont know much about the subject. does anybody have any suggestions for me? .also i would like to assure all of you that i do not plan on reading any credit cards other than my own.
Like all Socket’s data collection products, the RFID Reader card is supported by SocketScan keyboard wedge software which sends the RFID tag ID, data from selected memory blocks or both to any Windows application as virtual keystrokes – No custom programming needed! A small RFID Demo application allows writing to the accessible tag memory blocks for demonstration purposes. The SocketScan SDK is available for developers who wish to embed control of the RFID Reader read/write functionality into their applications.
Jan 26, 2018
The RFID Reader Module can be used in a wide variety of hobbyist and commercial applications, including access control, automatic identification, robotics, navigation, inventory tracking, payment systems, and car immobilization. There are a variety of transponder tags that come in different packages. Each tag has a specific range that is within 10% of the given distance for each type of tag. The reason for the 10% is due to environmental conditions and RFID modules. Key Features: Low-cost method for reading passive RFID EM4100 family transponder tags 2400 baud serial interface Enable input allows module to be enabled/disabled by software Bi-color LED for visual indication of status Application Ideas: 1. Robotics 2. Payment Systems 3. Automatic Identification Note: This device can be connected to a PC serial port using a MAX232 line driver. The circuit isn't supported by Parallax, but it's possible to make this connection with a few dollars of parts or by using the USB version of the reader. There is an outline of connections on the forums.
Jan 26, 2018