Over the last ten years, there have been several generations and revisions of the Proxmark hardware.
There are several non-supported and legacy devices, and also off-market / clone versions devices as well.
The below table summarises the Proxmark 3 hardware variations.
If you are looking to purchase hardware, it is recommended purchasing current and supported hardware.
Built for researchers, developers and hackers. Small foot-print, internal antennas.View more
Retired. Originally designed as a low-cost version for the Chinese domestic market.View more
Lab401 Academy provides tutorials dedicated to RFID, RF and Pen-testing.
Hacker Warehouse provides high-quality training videos for RFID and Pentesting tools.
Up-to-date technical resources for the Proxmark 3
Technical papers and publications that used the Proxmark
The Proxmark is a professionaly designed sensitive, high performance device. As with any RF device, manufacturing tolerances and supply chain reliability must be kept tight. While it may be tempting to purchase a 'discount' device from AliExpress - these are grey market clones - with poor performance and lifespan.
For the Proxmark RDV4 and Proxmark Evo, there are only two official distributors: Lab401 and Hacker Warehouse.
High quality tools require some investment; purchase from an official distributor to avoid frustration and to support the engineers that maintain the Proxmark Platform.
Lab401 provides RFID, RF and Penetration Testing tools for the European market, specialising in hand-picked, high quality tools.
Hacker Warehouse provides the full spectrum of tools for security professionals: non-destructive entry tools, RF & RFID tools, and a wide variety of pen-testing hardware.