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[Deprecated] Iceman fork

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THIS FORK HAS BEEN DEPRECATED, USE RRG/ICEMAN REPO INSTEAD!

Ref: Proxmark3 RDV4.0 github repository

The RRG/Iceman repo is based upon this repo. Much development has been put into the RRG repo to bring support to all new hardware features. The repo fully support all of them; like the flashmemory, smarcard sim module, high powered antennas, FPC port with serial over USART to mention them briefly.

The RRG repo has a universial Proxmark client. The repo can be easily (I really mean it) used with all kinds of Proxmark3 devices, like the green pcb, RDV2.0, RDV3.0 Easy, Proxmark Evolution, etc. It also fully supports and compiles a range of standalone modes with just one setting in the Makefile. Proxmarking has never been this easy. I do recommend you check it out.

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Nothing says thank you as much as a donation

If you feel the love, do feel free to become a iceman patron. For some tiers it comes with rewards https://www.patreon.com/iceman1001

All support is welcome.

Notice

There is so much in this fork, with all fixes and additions its basically the most enhanced fork to this day for the Proxmark3 device. Which makes it so awesum to play with. Do please play with it. Get excited and experiment. As a side note with all coverity scan fixes this client is much more stable than PM3 Master even if I tend to break it sometimes. I'll try to make a release when this fork becomes stable between my experiments.

Coverity Scan Config & Run

Download the Coverity Scan Self-buld and install it. You will need to configure ARM-NON-EABI- Compiler for it to use:

  • Configure

cov-configure --comptype gcc --compiler /opt/devkitpro/devkitARM/bin/arm-none-eabi-gcc

  • Run it (I'm running on Ubuntu)

cov-build --dir cov-int make all

  • Make a tarball

tar czvf proxmark3.tgz cov-int

  • Upload it to coverity.com

Whats changed?

Whats so special with this fork? I have scraped the web for different enhancements to the PM3 source code and not all of them ever found their way to the master branch. Among the stuff is

* Jonor's hf 14a raw timing patch
* Piwi's updates. (usually gets into the master)
* Piwi's "topaz" branch
* Piwi's "hardnested" branch 
* Holiman's iclass, (usually gets into the master)
* Marshmellow's fixes (usually gets into the master)
* Midnitesnake's Ultralight,  Ultralight-c enhancements
* Izsh's lf peak modification / iir-filtering
* Aspers's tips and tricks from inside the PM3-gui-tool, settings.xml and other stuff.
* My own desfire, Ultralight extras, LF T55xx enhancements, bugs fixes (filelength, hf mf commands ), TNP3xxx lua scripts,  Awid26,  skidata scripts (will come)
* other obscure patches like for the sammy-mode,  (offline you know), tagidentifications, defaultkeys. 
* Minor textual changes here and there.
* Simulation of Ultralight/Ntag.
* Marshmellow's and my "RevEng" addon for the client.  Ref: http://reveng.sourceforge.net/    Now using reveng1.44
* J-Run alternative bruteforce Mifare nested auths.. (you need one other exe to make it work)
* A Bruteforce for T55XX passwords against tag.
* A Bruteforce for AWID 26, starting w a facilitycode then trying all 0xFFFF cardnumbers via simulation. To be used against a AWID Reader.
* A Bruteforce for HID,  starting w a facilitycode then trying all 0xFFFF cardnumbers via simulation. To be used against a HID Reader.
* Blaposts Crapto1 v3.3
* Icsom's  legic script and legic enhancements
* Aczid's bitsliced bruteforce solver in 'hf mf hardnested'

Why don't you merged with offical PM3 Master?

Me fiddling with the code so much, there is a nightmare in merging a PR. I will never find time to do PR because of it. Much of what you find here is not in the interest for offical PM3. However and luckily I have @marshmellow42 who takes some stuff and push PR's back. The separation from offical pm3 repo gives me very much freedom to create a firmware/client in the way I want to use the PM3.

Why don't you add this or that functionality?

Give me a hint, and I'll see if I can't merge in the stuff you have.

PM3 GUI

I do tend to rename and move stuff around, the official PM3-GUI from Gaucho will not work so well. sorry

Development

This fork now compiles just fine on

  • Windows/mingw environment with Qt5.6.1 & GCC 4.8
  • Ubuntu 1404, 1510, 1604
  • Mac OS X / Homebrew
  • Docker container

Setup and build for UBUNTU

GC made updates to allow this to build easily on Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS, 15.10 or 16.04 See https://github.com/Proxmark/proxmark3/wiki/Ubuntu%20Linux

A nice and cool install script made by @daveio is found here: https://github.com/daveio/attacksurface/blob/master/proxmark3/pm3-setup.sh I have also added this script to the fork. https://github.com/iceman1001/proxmark3/blob/master/install.sh

  • Run sudo apt-get install p7zip git build-essential libreadline5 libreadline-dev libusb-0.1-4 libusb-dev libqt4-dev perl pkg-config wget libncurses5-dev gcc-arm-none-eabi

  • Clone iceman fork git clone https://github.com/iceman1001/proxmark3.git

  • Get the latest commits git pull

  • Install the blacklist rules and add user to dialout group (if you on a Linux/ubuntu/debian). If you do this one, you need to logout and login in again to make sure your rights got changed. make udev

  • Clean and complete compilation make clean && make all

  • Flash the BOOTROM & FULLIMAGE client/flasher /dev/ttyACM0 -b bootrom/obj/bootrom.elf armsrc/obj/fullimage.elf

  • Change into the client folder cd client

  • Run the client ./proxmark3 /dev/ttyACM0

Setup and build for ArchLinux

  • Run sudo pacman -Sy base-devel p7zip libusb readline ncurses arm-none-eabi-newlib --needed yaourt -S termcap

  • Clone iceman fork git clone https://github.com/iceman1001/proxmark3.git

  • Get the latest commits git pull

  • Install the blacklist rules and add user to dialout group (if you on a Linux/ubuntu/debian). If you do this one, you need to logout and login in again to make sure your rights got changed. make udev

  • Clean and complete compilation make clean && make all

  • Flash the BOOTROM & FULLIMAGE client/flasher /dev/ttyACM0 -b bootrom/obj/bootrom.elf armsrc/obj/fullimage.elf

  • Change into the client folder cd client

  • Run the client ./proxmark3 /dev/ttyACM0

Homebrew (Mac OS X)

These instructions comes from @Chrisfu, where I got the proxmark3.rb scriptfile from. Further questions about Mac & Homebrew, contact @Chrisfu (https://github.com/chrisfu/)

  1. Install homebrew if you haven't yet already done so: http://brew.sh/

  2. Tap this repo: brew tap iceman1001/proxmark3

  3. Install Proxmark3: brew install proxmark3 for stable release or brew install --HEAD proxmark3 for latest non-stable from GitHub.

Upgrading HomeBrew tap formula

This method is useful for those looking to run bleeding-edge versions of iceman's client. Keep this in mind when attempting to update your HomeBrew tap formula as this procedure could easily cause a build to break if an update is unstable on macOS.

Tested on macOS High Sierra 10.13.2

Note: This assumes you have already installed iceman's fork from HomeBrew as mentioned above

  1. Force HomeBrew to pull the latest source from github brew upgrade --fetch-HEAD iceman1001/proxmark3/proxmark3

  2. Flash the bootloader & fullimage.elf

  • With your Proxmark3 unplugged from your machine, press and hold the button on your Proxmark 3 as you plug it into a USB port. Continue to hold the button until after this step is complete and the proxmark3-flasher command outputs "Have a nice day!"* $ sudo proxmark3-flasher /dev/tty.usbmodem881 -b /usr/local/Cellar/proxmark3/HEAD-6a710ef/share/firmware/bootrom.elf /usr/local/Cellar/proxmark3/HEAD-6a710ef/share/firmware/fullimage.elf

$ sudo proxmark3-flasher /dev/tty.usbmodem881

  1. Enjoy the update

Docker container

I recently added a docker container on Docker HUB. You find it here: https://hub.docker.com/r/iceman1001/proxmark3/ Follow those instructions to get it up and running. No need for the old proxspace-environment anymore.

-[1.6.0] How to start: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5Zta89Cf6Q -[1.6.0] How to connect: https://youtu.be/0ZS2t5C-caI -[1.6.1] How to flash: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXouhuGYEiw

Recommendations: Use only latest container.

Building on Windows

Gator96100 distro

Rather than download and install every one of these packages, a new ProxSpace environment archive file will be made available for download on the project page at @Gator96100's repo

Afterwards just clone the iceman repo or download someone elses. Read instructions on @Gator96100 repo page. (https://github.com/Gator96100/ProxSpace/)

Links

7. Build and run

  • Clone iceman fork git clone https://github.com/iceman1001/proxmark3.git

  • Get the latest commits git pull

  • CLEAN COMPILE make clean && make all

Assuming you have Proxmark3 Windows drivers installed you can run the Proxmark software where "X" is the com port number assigned to proxmark3 under Windows.

  • Flash the BOOTROM & FULLIMAGE client/flasher.exe comX -b bootrom/obj/bootrom.elf armsrc/obj/fullimage.elf

  • Change into the client folder cd client

  • Run the client proxmark3.exe comX

iceman at host iuse.se January 2015, Sweden