The CoronaMelder app has been developed by the Ministry of Public Health, Welfare and Sport in collaboration with the RIVM and the national GGD institutions. The app could not have been realised without the help of dozens of experts, experience experts and a large civilian open-source community, who has monitored the process and tested the app as it was being developed. Everything has been done to create a safe, accessible and user-friendly app that ensures your privacy. And that helps to get — and keep — the coronavirus under control.
The app’s source code and its backend systems are all publicly available. You can find all code on GitHub. This way, the precise way the app works is verifiable and controllable by many people, who can also help discover any potential vulnerabilities.
- Aside from the authors of the various open source, 3rd-party libraries, we have received contributions from many others.
Application Licences, Terms & Conditions and Disclaimers
- CoronaMelder iOS Application’s open source licence and the Open Source iOS 3rd-party libraries used in the application.
- CoronaMelder on Android’s open source licence.
These licences, terms & conditions and disclaimers are an integral part of both the iOS and Android distribution and the Mobile Application.
Server Licences, Terms & Conditions and Disclaimers
Did you discover a weakness or vulnerability on the CoronaMelder app or on this website? We would like to be informed if you do. Report the vulnerability to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will look into the problem and resolve it as soon as possible.