Kind of last minute we’ve decided to join this years ISC east as exhibitor. We’ve participated last time about 2 years ago and it wasn’t blowing our minds that time. But we have to admit: The past two days there was a fresh physical security wind blowing in Javits Center. Here are some of the reasons:
After months of feedback and testing, we are thrilled to announce Kisi Pro, our most powerful door controllers, are available for purchase.
This week we at Kisi ran the v1 of our Office Automation for IT Meetup at Digital Ocean. After searching Manhattan for interesting IT office automation meetups we found a couple that didn’t quite fit. There are great ones like the NY Tech Meetup, Reddit’s NYC Meetups, Amazon AWS summit NYC or the enterprise tech meetup but we really felt there is a gap in the IT community.
Since we’ve covered advanced ways to hack HID cards in this previous post, we wanted to show ways cloning or copying a card in a day-to-day kind of environment with standard proximity (prox) cards which are based on 125khz . There are cloning services out there (like Clone my Key) who charge $20 per RFID / Prox card clone. Plus you need to send it in and wait for it. At the same time you might be able to buy a clone machine off of ebay or Amazon (read below) which is faster and cheaper.