Counterfeit COVID Vaccine Card Market Takes Hold in the U.S. and Europe

As authorities struggle to balance the commercial reopenings with public health concerns, business owners, local administrators, and public health officials are turning to proof of COVID-19 vaccination as a method for filtering access to goods and services. In some major cities around the U.S., access to indoor spaces is now contingent on a person’s ability to produce a CDC vaccine card. This development has led to dramatic increases in activity in English-language illicit communities from threat actors looking to sell, buy, or produce proof of vaccination certificates. 

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August 17, 2021