The best choice

AVSecure does not retain any data you may use to validate your age. We do not require an email or username.

Our solution was tailor-made to balance the requirements of preserving consumer anonymity, whilst meeting the compliance needs of companies to demonstrate website visitor age appropriateness.

Our solution provides industry leading anonymization techniques, thereby ensuring that any additional risks to consumer privacy are kept to a minimum.

AVSecure does not ‘know’ its customers. It requests consumers perform an age-authentication check with trusted third-parties (through a choice of options) and once validated, our software allows consumers to create an anonymous ‘root’ access account that can generate one-off use tokens when they visit websites in the future.

The generation of these one-off use tokens, which are passed to the website providers, ensure that the consumers leave no age-related trackable information from using our software. In other words, we have no way of tracking information about how, where and when you use your AVSecure verification log in.

Different ways
to verify your age

AVSecure offers you several different methods to Verify your Age. You can use identification documents (such as a passport or a driving licence), verified products (such as credit or debit card information) or opt to use our most secure method - the Age Verification Card.

  • UK Mobile Phone
  • Driving License

Or try our exclusive Age Verification Card

Age
Verification
Card

The Age Verification Card can be bought at up to 60,000 retail stores across the UK including major supermarket chains. The Age Verification Card allows face-to-face age verification to be completed at the point of sale, by the cashier. If you appear under age, the cashier will ask you to prove your age using an accepted form of photo ID in a similar manner to buying other age restricted products, like alcohol or tobacco.

How it
works

Once a user has verified their age by any of the methods available, AVSecure will generate a unique “key” that is concealed on their device’s browser. The key can be unlocked using a simple 4-digit code created by the customer. This unique key is individual to that consumer and is concealed from the content provider.

We know how important choice and flexibility are, which is why we have two simple options for use.

Once a user has verified their age by any of the methods available, AVSecure will generate a unique “key” that is concealed on their device’s browser. The key can be unlocked using a simple 4-digit code created by the customer. This unique key is individual to that consumer and is concealed from the content provider.

We know how important choice and flexibility are, which is why we have two simple options for use.

Users can set a 4-digit PIN code which is uniquely linked to the AVSecure key.

When visiting any website using the AVSecure system the user will be prompted to either “Register” or “Login using a PIN”.

We know that sometimes deniability is important, so this abstraction provides access to any restricted content without documenting that the user's AVSecure subscription exists.

Alternatively, users can choose to browse and access restricted content without utilising a PIN, by selecting “Open Browsing” as a set-up option.

The technology behind the blockchain facilitates the removal of all browsing restrictions. Using this method, users can replicate a similar browsing experience to that which was available before age verification was required.

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Verification
News & Media

An interview with Stephen Winyard

By Team AVSecure
August 14, 2018

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Have questions about AVSecure, or having difficulty getting your account set up?
Feel free to get in touch, and our team would be happy to help.