RFID Cloning

- RFID CLONING SERVICES

RFID Cloning Services – RFID cloning is the process of creating a duplicate of an existing RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tag or card. RFID technology uses radio waves to communicate information between a reader and a tag or card, which contains a microchip and an antenna.

There are numerous reasons you might be interested in cloning your keyfob:
  • You don’t want to pay a charge issued by your property management company every time you want an additional fob or lose a fob. If you clone your fob, you can keep a few cloned key fobs as backups.
  • You can provide key fobs to relatives, significant others, or trusted friends so they can have secure access to your residential building. This is useful in case of emergencies or if you want to take a vacation and have family or friends check on your apartment or pets.
  • Can give a key fob to your significant other or frequent visitors, so you don’t have to head down to let them in every time.
RFID Cloning

RFID cloning is typically done by using a device called an RFID reader/writer to scan the original RFID tag or card and then write its information onto a blank or writable RFID tag or card. This can be done with both passive and active RFID tags or cards, although some types of RFID tags may be more difficult to clone than others. Most businesses today use keycards or key fobs to control access to their facility. These items can be copied–some of them using only a smartphone. These copies are known as clones because they function exactly like the original card, granting the same access and authorizations.

Risks to Cloning

RFID Cloning of key fobs isn’t wholly without risk. You should be aware of the potential problems you might encounter if you choose to seek an extra fob:

  • If you have to send your key fob to a cloning service, you risk losing it in transit. Then you’ll have to pay the replacement fee you were trying to avoid in the first place.
  • It might be against the rules of your apartment building to clone a key fob. You risk the consequences or fines if they find out you’ve broken this rule. And if you signed a contract and can also be a legal issue.
  • Make sure you only turn over your key fob to a trusted source. This caution includes the cloning service you choose to send your key fob to and any friends or family you give a copy of your fob. You want to ensure that no malicious activities are carried out using your RFID fob.
Approval Process

Stellar Keys does not support unauthorized copying of key fobs or other credential sources. If you want to use our cloning service, we need to verify that you are authorized to make a copy of the key in question. This check helps us ensure that all keys we clone will be used for legal and ethical purposes.
But our approval process is generally quick and easy. All you need to do is send us a screenshot or picture of documentation that verifies you are the person that lives at that address. Examples of documentation that would work include a utility bill or lease agreement. Please make sure the image clearly shows your name and address.

launching our RFID cloning service to support customers who need to securely and safely create key fob clones. We offer a straightforward process to get a clone into your hands as soon as possible. Whether you need a single key fob or work for a condominium association or HOA that needs to fulfill a much larger order, we can help.

With our partnerships with Industry giants like Mr Fob Key, Stellar Keys is your go-to solution for a trustworthy and safe RFID Cloning services for your car, truck, or motorcycle in the Greater Minneapolis Area. With the use of industry-leading programming tools, we create new keys for your vehicle that adhere to the manufacturer’s specifications. Simply contact us, and we will be with you in a matter of minutes.

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