Vaccines for coronavirus appeared on the darknet

BBC reporters found COVID-19 vaccines, vaccine passports and fake on the darknet

negative tests.Prices range from $ 500 to $ 750 for doses of AstraZeneca, Sputnik, Sinopharm, and Johnson & Johnson. Fake vaccination certificates are also sold by anonymous vendors for as little as $ 150.

The researchers noted that they noticed a sharpincreased advertising of vaccines on the darknet. However, BBC journalists were unable to verify whether these are real vaccines. They noted that the number of ads they saw has tripled to over 1,200.

Vaccine sellers appear to live in the US, UK, Spain, Germany, France and Russia. The team found several ads in both Russian and English.

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Another ad on the hacker forum suggestsbuy fake negative tests. “We're doing negative Covid tests for travelers or getting jobs. Buy two negative tests and get the third one for free!

Researchers have found several sellers offering to buy fake documents, including those for the UK. They need to be paid with bitcoin.

When the reporters contacted the seller, they were told to include the names and dates of the vaccinations.

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