The xM1+ (xM1plus) microchip implant is no longer in production in glass capsule format, but is now available in a high performace Flex module.
“Basically, for many years the MF1ICS50 1k chip was used for all kinds of applications as a “secure chip” for everything from access control to stored value cards, and used for making localized payments within closed systems like public transit and laundry services… but it’s security mechanism called “crypto1” is a simple, proprietary encryption mechanism that hardly has anything to do with modern cryptography. It has been broken for many years now, but the sheer number of systems out there that still use it means the S50 will continue to be used by legacy systems around the world for years to come. So now, you can crack the security on those cards and clone their content (including the UID “serial number”) to your xM1+” – Amal Graafstra
- 13.56MHz ISO14443A compliant “Classic S50 1k” emulator chip-set
- Emulates MF1ICS50 1k chip with “Chinese Magic Backdoor” command support
- 4 byte UID and all of sector 0 is writable using CMB commands
- 10 year data retention. Rated for 100k writes per memory block.
The xm1+ microchip implant insertion takes less than 10 seconds via a needle syringe delivery system.
The insertion hole is normally fully closed 2-3 days later and the swelling will dissipate over 2 weeks.
The insertion scar is usually completely invisible by 2 months.