Since my last essay about the Russia Crypto-Code (a.k.a., Crypto-Tail) (see “New Direction For Pharma Serialization In The Russian Federation”), Russia has published little of value in document form about the requirements or the technology. I have heard rumors that the pilots conducted with the Crypto-Code have failed. Interestingly, according to the Center for Research in Perspective Technologies (CRPT), the Russian 50-50 public-private company now under contract with the government there to define and implement the technology, those same pilots were a smashing success. I am skeptical of that reported success, but let’s take a look at some of the details they have provided. Continue reading More Details On The Russian Crypto-Code
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