Covid-19 Australia: Inside the flaw in Check-In Queensland app the unvaccinated ...

Covid-19 Australia: Inside the flaw in Check-In Queensland app the unvaccinated ...
Covid-19 Australia: Inside the flaw in Check-In Queensland app the unvaccinated ...
Huge flaw in one state's Covid check-in app could allow unvaccinated Australians to fraudulently enter pubs and restaurants when they should be banned As of December 17 Queensland venues restriction-free for vaccinated people But residents must link a valid vaccination certificate to the Check In Qld app The app allows users to upload a third party's vaccination certificate to the app 

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A loophole allowing unvaccinated Australians to fraudulently gain access to services only available to the double-jabbed has emerged in one state's Covid check-in app. 

As of December 17, only fully-immunised Queensland residents can go to the state's pubs, cafes and restaurants by showing a government-issued vaccination certificate on the Check In Qld app.

Queenslanders can also add their family and friends' immunisation status, but the feature could be used by the unvaccinated to pose as someone else.

While a MyGov account is needed, the Queensland check-in app allows dependents and family members to be added to your account as a guest.  

Queensland residents exercise in the Gold Coast during the pandemic. A loophole has been exposed in the state's Check-In Qld app

Queensland residents exercise in the Gold Coast during the pandemic. A loophole has been exposed in the state's Check-In Qld app

Queensland Health's Covid-19 check in apps could be exploited by unvaccinated people because it contains a flaw that allows people to unload a third party's vaccination certificate

Queensland Health's Covid-19 check in apps could be exploited by unvaccinated people because it contains a flaw that allows people to unload a third party's vaccination

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