Difference between revisions of "Collection:Electronic identification"
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Electronic identification is directly connected to the person using it. Since most eID programs are proprietary, backdoors can be installed in these programs to spy on the user. This page lists eID distributed as free software to protect the users from backdoors.
Outdated eID programs that need more volunteers.
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