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Projet réalisé par Patrick,Benj,....

En cours...

Présentation

Le but de ce projet est d'automatiser/controler l'ouverture du Logal.

Avantages

  • gestion à distance des accès
  • limitation des jeux de clés
  • détection de l'ouverture du Logal et communication aux membres lors de session exceptionnelles/imprévues

Contraintes

  • avoir un système de verrouillage robuste et fiable
  • permettre l'ouverture manuelle par le jeu de clé et lors de coupure électrique

Idées en vrac issues de la mailing liste

Ce qui existe aujourd'hui

Page spéciale de www.hackerspaces.org...

...ayant développé ou utilisant un contrôle d’accès digital et enrichie par des recherches complémentaires

https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/Doorlock

• NESIT Hackerspace (CT, USA) utilisant un RPI et RFID http://nesit.org/rfpid-raspberry-pi-rfid-door-access-system/ article sur ce même système dans hackaday.com : http://hackaday.com/2013/04/17/hackerspace-security-system-brings-rfid-video-feedback-and-automatic-doors/

• Munich: https://wiki.muc.ccc.de/luftschleuse Site en allemand : SSH secured door lock (german) --Saerdnaer 21:02, 14 April 2009 (UTC)

• Bochum: https://www.das-labor.org/wiki/AnonAccess/en

• (RaspberryPi Based) https://256.makerslocal.org/wiki/Omegix/USB_Auth_1.7 RPI avec RFID ou NFC

• syn2cat: https://wiki.hackerspace.lu/wiki/OpenDuino

• Cerberus-Prox made and used by HackLab.TO https://github.com/dfraser/cerberus-prox https://code.google.com/p/cerberus-prox/wiki/CerberusProxBoard

• Stuttgart, hackerspace Shack , projet WhiteBox/Portal: http://shackspace.de/wiki/doku.php?id=project:white_box (arduino) Code : https://code.google.com/p/shackspaceportal/source/checkout

• Lausanne, FIXME : RFID controlled tweeting doorlock opens the door, then sends out tweet to inform members that the space is now open https://fixme.ch/wiki/RFID_Doorlock (projet fini ?)

• Mannheim RaumZeitLabor: https://wiki.raumzeitlabor.de/wiki/Pinpad

• Enschede Netherlands (TkkrLab): iButton access systeem with irc status, key manager and much more. https://tkkrlab.nl/wiki/DoorAccess

• Revspace Doorduino secure https://revspace.nl/Doorduino2 Un autre système à base de iButton access-control system

• HSBXL: http://hackerspace.be/The_black_knight The Black Knight Raspberry Pi based system, with RFID cards, optional Mediawiki based authentication (projet en cours)

• London Hack Space has an raspberry pi based doorbot system: https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/Door_control_system

• Dallas Makerspace: https://github.com/pawl/Chinese-RFID-Access-Control-Library The goal of this project is to provide the ability to automate an inexpensive, out of-the-box RFID Access Control solution. This is especially made for businesses that rely on access control + monthly billing (hackerspaces)

• Melbourne Makerspace: https://wiki.melbournemakerspace.org/projects/RFIDDoorLock Seltzer based RFID magnet lock system with RPI.


Comme suggéré à Julien lors de la réunion du 3 septembre, on envoie un tweet lorsque la porte est ouverte (pour la première fois de la journée) permettant à tout le monde de savoir que le LOGal est ouvert .

• Hackerspace en Roumanie : Arduino RFID Twitter Lock : http://inventeaza.ro/proiecte/arduino-rfid-twitter-lock?language=en Projet bien documenté avec code pour arduino.

• Southern Maryland hackerspace : http://www.smhack.org/wiki/index.php/RFID_System#Where_We_Are

• Boulder hackerspace : projet non fini http://boulderhackerspace.com/wiki/index.php?title=RFID_Door_Opener$ Hackerspace #labos ; http://hacklabos.org/2014/02/cheap-tweeting-rfid-home-securityautomation-system-v1-5/

• De la communauté hackster.io : https://www.hackster.io/PointyOintment/new-protospace-doorbot

• Hackerspace Prague : http://brmlab.cz/project/brmdoor


Quelques conseils sur l’utilisation du RFID : http://www.10bitworks.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=infrastructure:keylessentry

Comment faire tourner une clé ? !!! http://wiki.tolabaki.gr/w/DoorLock_v2.0 Arduino, RFID et roues dentées !!


Idée pour remplacer le RFID, utiliser le bouton WIFI d’Amazon

Chacun a son bouton, mac address différentes, en plus, chaque membre entrant dans le LOGal peut manifester sa présence même si la porte est ouverte, ce qui permet de savoir qui est présent et pour la sécurité, s’assurer qu’il y a bien au moins deux personnes. https://medium.com/@edwardbenson/how-i-hacked-amazon-s-5-wifi-button-to-track-baby-data-794214b0bdd8


Contrôle d’accès via TCP (TCP control access)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNp1L1NNvOM

recherche de matos Out Of the Box : http://www.alibaba.com/showroom/tcp%252fip-4-door-access-control.html

Kit pour une porte avec 1 lecteur RFID Wiegand , 1 bouton de sortie, http://fr.aliexpress.com/store/product/DIY-TCP-IP-One-Door-Access-Controller-Kit-One-Door-two-ways-access-control-panel-kit/314590_32213369549.html?storeId=314590


protection des access TCP : http://www.slashroot.in/linux-access-control-using-tcp-wrappers


Infos sur le RFID

protocole de connexion lecteur RFID et Arduino : http://www.monkeyboard.org/products/85-developmentboard/84-rfid-wiegand-protocol-development-kit

https://github.com/monkeyboard/Wiegand-Protocol-Library-for-Arduino

http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/125Khz_RFID_module_-_Wiegand


Solenoid de fermeture (deadbolt solenoid)

http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-a-Remote-Control-Deadbolt/

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Build-an-RFID-Deadbolt-Controller/?ALLSTEPS

Produit fini ou semi-fini : OpenAccess (open source)

open-access-secures-hackerspaces

https://code.google.com/p/open-access-control/

Clavier de contrôle d’accès utilisé par ce projet : http://www.accxproducts.com/content/

For Our International Audience

Summary on existing DYI Door Lock Systems...

...and thoughts on what could be done for the LOGal

First Step :

Grab and verify what other Hacker Spaces have done to automate their door lock systems.

Second step :

Based on what have been done by others, build a sustainable solution that comply both with our hacking pleasure and the mandatory safety of our belongings and space.

What Other Hacker Spaces are doing ?

Based on a special page on hackerspaces.org listing various solutions implemented (or not) for controlling access to hackerspaces, then the list has been extended with various unlisted URLs.

https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/Doorlock

• NESIT Hackerspace (CT, USA) utilizing a RPI and RFID http://nesit.org/rfpid-raspberry-pi-rfid-door-access-system/ Complementary explanation written on hackaday.com : http://hackaday.com/2013/04/17/hackerspace-security-system-brings-rfid-video-feedback-and-automatic-doors/

• Munich: https://wiki.muc.ccc.de/luftschleuse Site into german: SSH secured door lock (german) --Saerdnaer 21:02, 14 April 2009 (UTC)

• Bochum: https://www.das-labor.org/wiki/AnonAccess/en

• (RaspberryPi Based) https://256.makerslocal.org/wiki/Omegix/USB_Auth_1.7 RPI with RFID or NFC

• syn2cat: https://wiki.hackerspace.lu/wiki/OpenDuino

• Cerberus-Prox made and used by HackLab.TO https://github.com/dfraser/cerberus-prox https://code.google.com/p/cerberus-prox/wiki/CerberusProxBoard

• Stuttgart, hackerspace Shack , projet WhiteBox/Portal: http://shackspace.de/wiki/doku.php?id=project:white_box (arduino) Code : https://code.google.com/p/shackspaceportal/source/checkout

• Lausanne, FIXME : RFID controlled tweeting doorlock opens the door, then sends out tweet to inform members that the space is now open https://fixme.ch/wiki/RFID_Doorlock (is project completed ?)

• Mannheim RaumZeitLabor: https://wiki.raumzeitlabor.de/wiki/Pinpad

• Enschede Netherlands (TkkrLab): iButton access systeem with irc status, key manager and much more. https://tkkrlab.nl/wiki/DoorAccess

• Revspace Doorduino secure https://revspace.nl/Doorduino2 Another system based iButton access-control system

• HSBXL: http://hackerspace.be/The_black_knight The Black Knight Raspberry Pi based system, with RFID cards, optional Mediawiki based authentication (projet en cours)

• London Hack Space has an raspberry pi based doorbot system: https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/Door_control_system

• Dallas Makerspace: https://github.com/pawl/Chinese-RFID-Access-Control-Library The goal of this project is to provide the ability to automate an inexpensive, out of-the-box RFID Access Control solution. This is especially made for businesses that rely on access control + monthly billing (hackerspaces)

• Melbourne Makerspace: https://wiki.melbournemakerspace.org/projects/RFIDDoorLock Seltzer based RFID magnet lock system with RPI. Comment enhanced from the Thursday Sept. 3rd meeting : a tweet can be sent when door is opened (first occurrence in the day) and the LOGal status ‘open’ will be known by all members.

• Hackerspace into Roumanie : Arduino RFID Twitter Lock : http://inventeaza.ro/proiecte/arduino-rfid-twitter-lock?language=en Project well documented with Arduino sketches.

• Southern Maryland hackerspace : http://www.smhack.org/wiki/index.php/RFID_System#Where_We_Are

• Boulder hackerspace : project seems not completed http://boulderhackerspace.com/wiki/index.php?title=RFID_Door_Opener$

• Hackerspace #labos ; http://hacklabos.org/2014/02/cheap-tweeting-rfid-home-securityautomation-system-v1-5/

• Seen on www.hackster.io : https://www.hackster.io/PointyOintment/new-protospace-doorbot

• Hackerspace in Praha : http://brmlab.cz/project/brmdoor


Some hints to use RFID

http://www.10bitworks.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=infrastructure:keylessentry

Some hints to rotate a key!!!

 http://wiki.tolabaki.gr/w/DoorLock_v2.0 Arduino, RFID and cranked printed wheel !!


Idea

Replacing RFID technology with Amazon’s button. US hacker has hacked the newly available Amazon button originally aimed at ordering stuffs. https://medium.com/@edwardbenson/how-i-hacked-amazon-s-5-wifi-button-to-track-baby-data-794214b0bdd8

Each button has its own mac address thus each member with his button could open the door and be recognized by the system (like any RFID). The fun part is to have Amazon subsidizing the hack ☺


Access Control via TCP

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNp1L1NNvOM

There are plenty off the shelf stuffs : http://www.alibaba.com/showroom/tcp%252fip-4-door-access-control.html

Kit for one door with 1 RFID reader using Wiegand protocol http://fr.aliexpress.com/store/product/DIY-TCP-IP-One-Door-Access-Controller-Kit-One-Door-two-ways-access-control-panel-kit/314590_32213369549.html?storeId=314590


Some hints for protecting TCP control access

http://www.slashroot.in/linux-access-control-using-tcp-wrappers


More on RFID

Wiegand : most popular protocol to drive RFID reader, library available for Arduino: http://www.monkeyboard.org/products/85-developmentboard/84-rfid-wiegand-protocol-development-kit

https://github.com/monkeyboard/Wiegand-Protocol-Library-for-Arduino

http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/125Khz_RFID_module_-_Wiegand

What is the cost for a waterproof RFID Reader ?

http://www.ebay.fr/itm/Lecteur-de-Proximite-ID-Carte-Cle-RFID-125KHz-Etanche-pour-Porte-Securite-Maison-/361353304321?hash=item542255d901 13,59€

http://www.ebay.fr/itm/ID-Wiegand-26-Lecteur-de-Cartes-RFID-Securite-Acces-Porte-Digicode-Etanche-/301579850805?hash=item46378f5435 10,03 € !!!

Reader will be fixed on the wall, we also need a writer to generate badges.

http://www.ebay.fr/itm/carte-RFID-125Khz-EM4305-Writer-bruleur-Copieur-programmeur-Writer-USB-KK-/281569699721?hash=item418edca789 22,66€


Hardware for Locking Door systems

Deadbolt solenoid

http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-a-Remote-Control-Deadbolt/

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Build-an-RFID-Deadbolt-Controller/?ALLSTEPS

https://www.adafruit.com/products/413

or Rack and Pinion

http://stories.makerbot.com/post/95939577127/locking-a-door-like-spider-man

STL files are even available on thingiverse http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:465349


Off the Shelf product: OpenAccess (open source)

http://makezine.com/2013/09/25/open-access-secures-hackerspaces/

https://code.google.com/p/open-access-control/

Keyboard used: http://www.accxproducts.com/content/