Secured QR code versus

Cryptoglyph – that is the question

Secured QR code versus Cryptoglyph

Many different security features are available on the market. When it comes to invisible security features to secure packaging having a QR code, AlpVision can provide two different solutions known as Cryptoglyph and Secured QR Code.

If you are not familiar with Cryptoglyph or Secured QR code, please contact us.

Secured QR code versus Cryptoglyph: this whitepaper will go through the following:

  • Printing technology: Digital printing versus flexography, offset or rotogravure
  • Type of serialization: Per label/box serialization versus per batch serialization
  • Feature visibility: Is the feature visible with the naked eye
  • Authentication method: Smartphone based authentication

Secured QR code versus Cryptoglyph – whitepaper content

The whitepaper also looks at the pros and cons of the following combinations:

  • Cryptoglyph on top of QR code
  • Secured QR code printed in digital
  • Secured QR code printed in offset

 From a strategic and technical point of view, the whitepaper provides an overview of the following:

  • QR code printing
  • Security layer printing
  • Authentication
  • Smartphone resolution requirements
  • Security
  • Robustness
  • Integration
  • Quality control
  • Feature variability

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