While the NFCKill is tuned to the most common RFID frequencies, it is effective against all RFID technologies. Likewise, it is able to inductively couple with most devices that contain any form of coil.
The NFCKill has the following technical specifications:
The NFCKill is a high-voltage device, containing several shock-hazards. It must be kept and operated in a controlled environment, by a trained and responsible technician. Unintentional damage may occur due to irresponsible operator error.
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Single and continuous discharge modes, internal battery, unbreakable case and USB recharging; equally suitable for desk or in-the-field use.
All North American companies are subject to strict data-privacy laws and are legally responsible for misuse or leaks.
RFID cards and tags must be subject to secure destruction when retired to prevent legal exposure.
The NFCKill is the only device that can perform compliant RFID card destruction.
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The NFC Kill is the only tool available to securely and permanently disable RFID cards. Cutting and even shredding cards are ineffective: the antenna is broken, but the RFID chip remains intact, and data can be extracted. Clients in high-security environments (Law Enforcement, Government, Corporate and Industrial) use NFC Kill as part of their Data Destruction Policy.
RFID Access Control is almost ubiquitous in public environments - offices, public transport, shopping centres, residential buildings. Most Fire & Safety codes mandate free egress in the case of system failure - but provoking failure states has been impossible to test. NFC Kill can be used to disable RFID Access Control Systems, to audit failure states.
For pen-testers, the NFC Kill is used to disable or glitch RFID Access Control systems. Used to disable cards, it can force credentials to be reissued. Used to disable readers, it can be used to bypass access control barriers.
The NFCKill is the world's only RFID physical fuzzing device. It rapidly delivers high-voltage spikes wirelessly to target RFID devices. It works against all RFID tags and devices, and most devices equipped with induction loops or coils (wireless chargers, etc).
The NFCKill used for secure destruction of RFID tags, penetration testing, lock failure mode testing, and general RFID hardening. When discharged against a card, the cards are immediately and permanently disabled. RFID Readers (Entry systems, payment systems, etc) are often disabled, or glitched into a non-standard state.
The NFCKill is tuned to the most common RFID frequencies: 125KHz - 13.56MHz, but also works against UHF RFID and most devices with coils that can have current induced.
A short-press on the power button shows the battery level; a long-press powers on / off the device. The operator can select an operation mode: Single Discharge or Continuous Discharge. The discharge area is directly under the product logo.