British cyber technology company VST Enterprises has launched the world’s first public ‘FIT TO FLY’ secure health passport designed for air travel.
Airlines and transport carriers can also download and use the system. As it is the world’s first publicly available secure digital health passport that the public can download and use alongside any form of COVID-19 testing and vaccination that does NOT use unsecure barcodes and QR code technology.
The V-Health Passport™ is the world’s most secure health passport using next-generation VCode® code scanning cybersecurity technology. Using the most advanced closed-loop technology with end to end encryption, V-Health Passport™ has 2.2 Quintillion collision-free combination codes. These decode based on geolocation, time & date, device type, and user login… meaning it cannot be hacked.
VSTE CEO and Inventor of the VCode Technology and V-Health Passport™ Louis-James Davis said; “We are the first technology company in the world to have developed a secure, multipurpose, cross corporate & cross-government digital health passport that does not rely on using barcodes or QR codes as its authentication technology. Both barcodes and QR codes have huge potential security implications as they can be cloned and hacked with the latter being subject to a process called ‘Attagging’. Therefore any suggestion of using this type of technology in a health passport for air travel has very real security risks. Not only is a citizen’s personal information at risk, but their Covid test status, vaccination records, and also their credit card information. All of this can lead to the very real potential of a massive data breach and a person’s personal information and data hacked and stolen. This is of particular concern when using a barcode or QR code technology designed for use to authenticate a person’s COVID-19 testing and/or vaccinations records.”
The cross border platform called V-Health Passport™ can already be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play by searching for ‘VPassport’ or by visiting www.v-healthpassport.co.uk.