Medicare app flaw allows false exemption certificate’s to be printed
It is possible in just as few minuted to make as many as you like near-perfect forgeries of the federal government’s COVID-19 vaccine digital certificate, thus producing exemption certificates to avoid lockdowns.
It was two months ago we discovered this flaw when one of our computer engineers reverse engineered the government Express Plus Medicare app discovering the production of certificates could be carried out by anyone.
This software fault escaped the very simple basic testing done before commissioning any new products would have closed this gaping backdoor access.
Attempts to notify government IT unaccountable, un-sackable experts failed any recognition they had a problem. It would seem our information disappeared into that government concealing abyss buried within the canyons of Canberra.
Sydney software engineer Richard Nelson also detected this flaw and successfully notified the elite government IT recently published by the ABC. Mr Nelson’s findings align with our discovery and a worthwhile read.
We ask, having read reported government computers being hacked, data stolen, systems shut down, etc, how did such a basic flaw escaped government computer security experts? What protection and integrity is set in place when government software design, now farmed out to private national and international companies, host expertise capable to include secret access code which can be opened any time from anywhere in the world?