Copy or Clone 125Khz Access Cards and Key Fobs
A reader, like the one seen here, can easily copy the ID of an existing 125khz or a similar type of protocol chip, and copy it to another card or fob.
Below is video on how to operate the device.
Despite the risks of unsecured 125 kHz cards and fobs, they are commonly used and even preferred by many installers and end users. Those are the security companies we should stay away from.
How do I prevent this?
The true purpose of this post is to educate. Now that we know the vulnerabilities of the existing technology, let’s talk about how we can defend against threats.
Mobile Access:- This option is our favorite. Smartphones are rapidly replacing access cards in the security industry. We are at the forefront of this movement. Mobile cards are easy to assign, monitor, and revoke in real time. They can not be copied or duplicated. And let’s face it, are you more likely to share your key card for the day or your phone? From a security and convenience standpoint, mobile access is second to none.