Two theoretical loopholes of the most popular exis

2022-09-23
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There are two theoretical loopholes in the existing anti-counterfeiting technology

many of the existing anti-counterfeiting technologies are based on the technology monopoly or how the product's feature code is unique and can no longer be copied, but in fact, it is often unreliable in anti-counterfeiting applications. There are two reasons, power spectral density curve (a)

first, an anti-counterfeiting product that can be mass produced, as long as you can produce it, Others can certainly produce it. Everyone knows that there is no eternal number one in this world, and there is no way that you can do a lot of things that others can't do

second, even a very complex anti-counterfeiting technology needs a simple and feasible verification method. This reason is very simple. No matter how complex the manufacturing of the feature code of any anti-counterfeiting technology is, and how it is not processed by surface modification, people cannot copy the total range of national coal mine production capacity is 5.7 billion tons or it is difficult to manufacture, but it all needs a simple and feasible verification method, A method that allows consumers to easily identify the authenticity of products, but in fact, many simple and easy verification methods have a common feature. Even if an anti-counterfeiting technology is complex, as long as it can achieve the same identification or verification effect, that is, it can achieve the same verification effect. The anti-counterfeiting technology with complex verification effect will lose the anti-counterfeiting effect, and the technology will be cracked. According to the principle of barrel effect, The amount of water in a bucket is not determined by the longest piece of wood on the bucket, but by the shortest piece of wood. A feature code that claims to be the only one in the world is so complex that no one can copy it or make it difficult. If its identification and verification principle is implemented by uncomplicated alphanumeric codes or uncomplicated changes in appearance characteristics, etc, This technology is not determined by the most complex technology. The opinion proposes to determine its anti-counterfeiting effect. The chain is always easy to break from the weakest link. That is to say, in fact, many anti-counterfeiting technologies determine their anti-counterfeiting effect not by their high-tech barriers, the complexity of manufacturing processes, and the non replicability of anti-counterfeiting marks, but by their verification mechanism

technical barriers are difficult to resist counterfeiting wisdom, and anti-counterfeiting technologies with technical barriers as the main anti-counterfeiting means are unreliable

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