Easy MyKad Reader Lite 2.0 is a software using a smart card reader to read data from MyKad to a computer. Version 2.0 comes with USB Dongle License key. Therefore you can move the license from computer to computer. If you should reformat the computer, there is no need to request for new serial number. Along with our Smart Card Reader, this make a great tool for office use. Easy to install, easy to use. With many satisfied customers… Get Easy MyKad Reader Lite today! Click For More Information or to Buy MyKad Reader Online for only RM230 in Malaysia We are featuring Easy MyKad Reader Lite for Malaysia Indentity Card. This software enables businesses to read the Malaysian Identification Card details into a computer. This electronic card or ‘MyKad’ was designed to facilitate quick confirmation of identification of individuals. When one opens a bank account, buys a car, buys insurance, get a job or goes to college, the identification card is used to verify identity. All Malaysians have MyKad’s which can be used electronically. The MyKad smart card is helping Malaysia streamline business and transactions. Being electronic, the ‘MyKad’ (Kad Pengenalan Malaysia MyKad) Smart Card holds information which can be read using readily available Smart Card Readers. Any PC/SC Windows compliant reader will work with our software. How will Easy MyKad Reader Software help you? Easy MyKad Reader Lite will help you capture information into you desktop/laptop PC. You can print the individuals particulars, save them as a PDF or […]
Mykad Reader using a tablet PC will be a perfect solution to register people at events for your business. Geni Software has developed software to work with many brands of reader to read the MyKad. The software built by Geni Software is both light weight and user friendly. Below is have our Visitor Management System running on an Acer Iconia Tablet PC with Windows 7 installed. We have been testing our software on Windows 8 and thus far, we have had good results. With the release of the coming Windows Surface PC, the reality of working with a powerful computer similar to the laptop or desktop will be a reality on a tablet. Users will be able to use the favourit software like Word, Excel, Photoshop and so on with the Surface PC. Doing surveys will on the move will be easy. Our software and hardware kit for Mykad reading will take advantage of the new systems available soon. With the test that we have conducted with the Acer Iconia Tablet and MyKad Reader from Geni Software, it promises and good future for the business community to use the MyKad as a means to register clients and customers. MyKad Reader working with Tablet PC
KUALA LUMPUR: Infineon Technologies will be supplying the security chips for Malaysia’s new electronic national identity cards. The new generation MyKads will feature Infineon’s SLE 78 security controller with “Integrity Guard” security technology, combined with Solid Flash for fast deployment capability. Integrity Guard security technology comprises a dual CPU-core for sophisticated error detection and encryption of data along the entire data path during processing. Malaysia issues about two million new identity cards each year with biometric identification feature. Read more…
PUTRAJAYA: The enhanced MyKad is so popular that it takes up to three months to get your hands on it. Previously, an applicant only needed to wait a day to get the new MyKad. The National Registration Department (NRD) is receiving an average of 21,000 applications daily since the introduction of the enhanced MyKad in January. Home Ministry secretary-general Tan Sri Mahmood Adam said as of March 31, the department had received 1,516,126 applications for the new card. He said the NRD had the capacity to issue about 8,000 cards a day. Read More . . .
PUTRAJAYA: The National Registration Department (NRD) has rolled out the new MyKad using the latest laser technology and security features. NRD director-general Datuk Jariah Mohd Said said the new card was being issued at NRD offices in Putrajaya and Shah Alam while its offices in other states would follow suit from Feb 15. Made of polycarbonate for strong resistance and embedded with a chip, the card also has a “ghost” image of the cardholder to curb forgery. Speaking to reporters while observing the issuance of the card at the NRD office here yesterday, she said 370 of 700 applications from the people who queued up, were processed by 10am. Jariah said the new MyKad, which adhered to international standards, would overcome the quality and durability issue raised by certain quarters. Read More . . .
National Registration Department (NRD) officer Jainisah Mohd Noor showing the new national identity card equipped with the latest security features (top) and the old version. The new MyKad is made of tougher polycarbonate material. Read More . . .
PUTRAJAYA: The public has been urged not to rush to National Registration Department (NRD) branches to change their MyKads to prevent congestion. NRD director-general Datuk Jariah Mohd Said said changing to the new MyKad was not compulsory and there was no time limit set. “The Putrajaya and Shah Alam NRD branches received 2,984 and 1,579 applications respectively to change to the new MKad from Tuesday until Thursday. Congestion at the counters can affect efforts to process applications to within a day,” she said in a statement. Read More . . .
THE National Registration Department (NRD) appreciates the views expressed in “Poser over MyKad photocopy” (The Star, June 28). For readers’ information, it is compulsory for a person to carry his/her MyKad at all times under Regulation 6 of The National Registration Act 1959 (Act 78) and Regulations. A MyKad copy cannot be regarded as a substitute for the original MyKad. Regulation 6 states that the person to whom an identity card has been issued shall, thereafter and for so long as he remains a registered or re-registered person under these Regulations, at all times carry on his person the identity card and, subject to the provisions of these Regulations, be responsible for the custody thereof. Any person who fails to comply with Regulation 6, if found guilty of the offence, shall be liable on conviction to a jail term not exceeding three years or to a minimum fine of RM3,000 and a maximum fine of RM20,000 or both as per Regulation 25 (i)(n) of the same Act. JAINISAH MOHD NOOR, Public Relations Officer, National Registration Department. Source of material
Is you MyKad chip readable? "Of the 2,158,621 applications for MyKad replacements received last year, 1,018,698 were due to faulty chip." The MyKad is used in situations that require identification and authentication of the card holder’s personal details such as the fingerprints. Read More . . .
Our current project is a ‘Easy Survey System’ software that combines the power of database and quick registration of participants using their MyKad Smart Card. Easily create your own surveys with as many questions as you like using dropdown list and text boxes. Use tablet PC with MyKad Readers to capture data from people then fill in the questionnaire. The data can be stored in a central area for analysis or to be exported to Microsoft Excel File. Please contact us if you are interested.
THESE days, visitors to Menara Star in Petaling Jaya don’t have to scribble their particulars in a logbook. Nor are they required to leave some form of identification at the security desk. All they need to do is go up to a terminal, insert their MyKad and the relevant information is recorded. This is not that much of a novelty because MyKad-based visitor registration systems have been around for a few years now. Nevertheless, it must still be odd for many of us to use our MyKad for anything other than identity verification in our dealings with government departments and financial institutions. But in fact, MyKad was conceived as something more than a high-tech replacement for the laminated identity cards we used to carry around. Read More
KUALA LUMPUR: Shoppers now have more reason to bring their MyKad during shopping trips. It can earn them cash rewards with every purchase. MyKad is now a primary tool for a new loyalty and rewards programme called Sahabat 1Malaysia organised by the Information, Communications, Culture and Arts Ministry and Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM). Shoppers will be rewarded with cash that will be credited into their MyKad via a virtual bank when they purchase items from any of the 500 merchants in the programme. – Star News Paper Read More
In line with the Government of Malaysia’s call for multi-functional usage of MyKad, the Melaka State Library is using MyKad as a membership card. If you wish to borrow books from the library, you will have to present your MyKad which will be read into the system for verification. This is a good way to implement technology that is currently available to the public. Every citizen of Malaysia has to carry an Indentification Card (MyKad). The MyKad being a chip based Smart Card is the perfect card for multi-function application in the Information Technology world. The MyKad has the holders full name, the address, colour photo and date of birth. These are the basic information on needs to provide to register for services. Using the card save time when needing to register. The card is inserted into the reading device and a computer system reads the information in less that 15 sec. The MyKad is perfect for Clinic Registration, Libraries, Clubs, Hotel Check in and many more applications. See here for more on MyKad Readers.