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Keep Your Key Code Account working - Learn About the SDRM 2.0 Account Migration
The new SDRM 2.0 Registry software is set to release on November 5th. It brings a number of new features that you have never had before. VSPs will be able to manage their accounts and passwords, Renew or apply for new Primary and Sub accounts, Check status of automaker websites and most importantly fill out D1 forms that are custom tailored for the different jobs you do online.
To migrate over 6000 active VSPs NASTF needs your help to review your account and move us off of paper by uploading your membership documents. This is a directed process that will take less than 30 minutes from beginning to end including setting up your smart phone or tablet to access our new 2 form factor authentication system (Authy). To help you to prepare we have created two tools to help.
Click here for a list of the documents we need you to collect so you can electronically upload them to SDRM 2.0. Please read this before you ask us about surety/employee dishonesty bonds. The information is right there in the document as to the conditions under which you must have one.
Click here for a 14 minute video on what to expect and how to migrate your account when we send your invitation. If you do not watch the entire piece you will not know how to complete the process and upload your documents. We have received dozens of calls and emails on this. Hint: it is in the last two minutes of the video. Currently the average time spent watching is 37 seconds.
NOTE: We are working with our very large accounts, who have agreed to help us refine the process for everyone else. Starting the week of October 15th we will start rolling out invitations to the rest of the community. Primary account holders will be invited first as they must be setup before sub accounts can setup. Please review this information carefully and completely before calling or emailing questions. All the answers you should need for this part of the process are contained in the two pieces above. We will not leave any active VSPs behind. If you have not received an invitation by Nov 5th reach out to us.
We have found that many of our VSPs are sharing email addresses or using generic emails like firstname.lastname@example.org. Each VSP should have their own private email to avoid account mismatch problems. This is particularly important with businesses with multiple sub accounts.
NEW NASTF VSP Support Center 855-636-2783 or email@example.com
- Questions about applying for a Vehicle Security Credential (VSC). This will be a completely online process starting on or about October 15th.
- To renew your Vehicle Security Professional Credential - This will be a completely online process starting on or about October 15th.
- To make password or contact information changes/updates - During our migration no password changes will be allowed. Changes during this transition will result in your inability to access OE sites.
- To get a status update on a VSC application submitted prior to October 15th use the email link above.
- Questions about filling out Positive ID - D1 forms - Check the NASTF YouTube channel for directions to fill out each of the new D1 forms in SDRM 2.0
After Reviewing this document, do you need to acquire a surety/employee dishonesty bond for your business? NASTF has arranged with CNA Surety to provide online quoting of a NASTF Spec bond that meets our requirements. This is a convenience provided to our VSP community. You are not required to use CNA. We have found them to be very competitive and highly experienced in this area. If you would like to get a price for this insurance please click this link.
Terms and Conditions HERE
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) HERE.
Downloadable D-1 Authorization Form: This is ONLY used when performing a contracting job D1 or for situations where connectivity prohibits you from using the online customer signature tool. Download here. For further directions on how to use this tool please visit these links on the NASTF You Tube Channel for more information Contracting use D1 or Customer use D1
Ready to apply for a new or additional VSC or sub account. Click HERE.
Mercedes Theft Relevant Parts portal HERE
Tutorials: How to get key codes from OEM Technical service websites. Note: This reference is password protected. VSC holders please contact the help desk by email and we will send it to you: www.lockmanlocksmiths.com/nastf-website-guides/
NASTF VEHICLE SECURITY INFORMATION MATRIX (click to download this xls file that contains links and information for each automaker website)
Is someone abusing the VSP registry or code brokering? Report them here
What is the VSP Registry?
The NASTF Vehicle Security Professional (VSP) Registry is a service created from the NASTF Secure Data Release Model (SDRM), a project of the NASTF Vehicle Security Committee. SDRM is a data exchange system (see graphic below) conceived and designed cooperatively by automakers, the independent repair, insurance and law enforcement communities; it allows the aftermarket to access security sensitive information related to automobiles, i.e. key codes, PIN numbers, immobilizer reset information, and similar types of information. The NASTF VSP Registry program allows access to security-related information while protecting the safety and security of consumers and the integrity of automobile security systems.
Who should use the NASTF VSP Registry and why?
USA-resident* locksmiths and automotive technicians qualified in vehicle security system repairs need a subscription to the NASTF VSP Registry in order to purchase security codes and VIN-specific computer files directly from the OEM/automaker. Most automakers/OEMs make this information available instantly from their websites 24/7/365. See a list of the OEMs and the model year ranges available in this pdf file (click HERE).
Canadian resident locksmiths and automotive technicians can participate in the VSP. Email John Norris.
NASTF is not able to help with key or security. Contact local automaker agents.