µFR Card Formatter - Free NFC Card Formatting Software
Free Software Tool for NFC RFID Card Formatting on µFR Series Devices
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MIFARE® 13,5MHz card programming software, uFR Card Formatter is a program that allows multiple MIFARE® card and reader authentication methods by setting different keys and key index, linear read and write of the sectors and blocks, defining the sector trailer, files creation and import and so on.
The first application panel section displays the tables of the MIFARE card contents, the information contained in the sectors and blocks. This table allows a hexadecimal data entry on the card.
On the right-side panel, the ASCII code card blocks entry is provided.
The bottom of the panel is reserved for sector trailer defining. Keys and authentication can be set in several ways.
In the first table shown (first part defining a sector trailer) has enabled the Keys definition for individual sectors and blocks (key A and key B) and also the values of the calculated bytes for the access bits.
In the second table (the second part of sector trailer defining) is placed access bits values shown by the sectors and blocks.
Checking the option Automatic key mode automatically activate modes authentication AKM1 and AKM2. They allow the automatic selection of keys stored in the reader on the basis of the addressing block or a combination of block and sector address within the sector. For more details about this feature, visit µFR API (Application Programming Interface).
Starting the Define keys for authentication enabled the entry of the set keys to the reader, reader unlock, and lock with eight char password. Starting the Define keys for authentication enabled the entry of the keys set in the reader, readers lock and unlock with 8th character password. Through this panel, predefined keys from the main panel could be imported as well as the keys from the already made file. The keys are entered in a special reader EEPROM area.
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