Amiibo simulator instructions
A copy of the amiitool Lua wrapper is included at
client/libluamiibo.so, but if you want
to build it yourself, follow these instructions:
- Get the
lua-libbranch of amiitool at https://github.com/jamchamb/amiitool/tree/lua-lib.
- In CMakeLists.txt set
PROXMARK_LIBLUAto the path to your
- In the amiitool directory run
To build the main proxmark code, go to the
proxmark3 directory and run
Then flash the proxmark3 by:
- Unplugging the proxmark if it is plugged in
- Plug the proxmark in while holding down its button
- While continuing to hold the button, run
Go to the
client directory and run
./proxmark3 /dev/ttyACM0 (or other device path)
script run amiibo help to list available commands.
Commands that perform cryptographic operations, such as
read, require a keyfile for
amiitool_keys.bin in the
NOTE: For Switch system version 5.0.0 or above you need to provide the correct ECC signature for the tag. To do this add the 32 byte signature to the end of the tag dump file. The total file size should be 572 (540 bytes tag dump, 32 bytes signature).
Original proxmark3 README
NOTICE: (2014-03-26) This is now the official Proxmark repository!
The proxmark3 is a powerful general purpose RFID tool, the size of a deck of cards, designed to snoop, listen and emulate everything from Low Frequency (125kHz) to High Frequency (13.56MHz) tags.
This repository contains enough software, logic (for the FPGA), and design documentation for the hardware that you could, at least in theory, do something useful with a proxmark3.
This repository! https://github.com/Proxmark/proxmark3
The GitHub page http://proxmark.github.io/proxmark3/
The Forum http://www.proxmark.org/forum
The IRC chanel irc.freenode.org #proxmark3 -or- http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=#proxmark3
The Homebrew formula repository https://github.com/Proxmark/homebrew-proxmark3
The tools required to build or run the project will vary depending on your operating system. Please refer to the Wiki for details.
The Proxmark 3 is available for purchase (assembled and tested) from the following locations:
Most of the ultra-low-volume contract assemblers could put something like this together with a reasonable yield. A run of around a dozen units is probably cost-effective. The BOM includes (possibly- outdated) component pricing, and everything is available from Digikey and the usual distributors.
If you've never assembled a modern circuit board by hand, then this is not a good place to start. Some of the components (e.g. the crystals) must not be assembled with a soldering iron, and require hot air.
The schematics are included; the component values given are not necessarily correct for all situations, but it should be possible to do nearly anything you would want with appropriate population options.
The printed circuit board artwork is also available, as Gerbers and an Excellon drill file.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
Jonathan Westhues user jwesthues, at host cq.cx
May 2007, Cambridge MA