It was determined that they were sold on the internet!


AA | Wednesday, March 24, 2021 – 17:15 | Last Updated: 24 03 2021 – 17:15

Experts have detected more than 1200 Kovid-19 vaccines, fake vaccine passports or fake negative test results advertisements on these virtual channels since the beginning of the year.

It was reported that new types of coronavirus (Kovid-19) vaccines, fake vaccine passports and negative test results were sold on the internet known as “Darknet”.

According to the BBC’s report, the cyber security company Check Point announced in January that the number of vaccine-related advertisements increased on the “darknet” internet environment after the Kovid-19 vaccination started.

Experts have detected more than 1200 Kovid-19 vaccines, fake vaccine passports or fake negative test results advertisements on these virtual channels since the beginning of the year.

Stating that the prices of a dose of Kovid-19 vaccines vary between $ 500 and $ 750, experts noted that fake vaccine certificates are listed at about $ 150.

Experts pointed out that the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine was offered for sale at $ 500, the Johnson & Johnson and Sputnik vaccine for $ 600, and the Sinopharm vaccine for $ 750, on these sites.

It is known that some airlines and tourism companies request vaccination certificates from passengers within the scope of Kovid-19 measures.

While the introduction of a vaccine passport application for all visitors in England came to the agenda, the news reflected in the press claimed that this application could also be used for entering public areas such as bars, restaurants and stadiums in the country.

EU officials, on the other hand, announced that the “Digital Green Card” application, which includes information about the epidemic and travel history, could be implemented.

Virtual environments, also known as “darknet”, are known as a part of the internet that can only be accessed by certain browsers and special settings.