2024-05-21 (Tu) Apartment building fob on implant COMPLETED

I received a Proxmark3 RDV4 as a belated birthday gift. I spent all night trying to get it to work, but I could not find a startup guide from the manufacturer. The guides and videos for similar models seemed sketchy since they required restarting a Windows machine with disabled signature confirmation. My fiancé dug into the Discord server run by the primary programmer, but it was a slurry of toxic people who responded hostilely to beginner questions in the newbie thread.

Through trial-and-error, blind clicking, and luck, I got the device talking to my computer. The steps were not impossible or even challenging, but the obscurity of finding that path was highly discouraging. Anyone interested in the Proxmark should FIRST find a buddy who can guide them through the process at every step because, without that guide, I advise staying away from this device.

Apartment key fob, 125Khz antenna, blank fob, and Proxmark3 RDV4

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