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QR-Code: How to’s, Generators, Readers and Examples

From wiki­pe­dia

A QR-Code (abbre­vi­ated from Quick Respon­se code) is a type of mat­rix bar­code (or two-dimen­sion­al code) that is designed to be read by smart­phones. The code con­sists of black mod­ules arranged in a square pat­tern on a white back­ground. The inform­a­tion encoded may be text, a URL, or oth­er data.

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Generator


Reader

KAYWA Read­er

KAYWA Reader
KAYWA Read­er

neoreader.com

neoreader
Neor­ead­er

beetagg.com

BeeTagg QR Reader
BeeTagg QR Read­er

Examples of

Clef two-factor authentication