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 Team. SDRM is a data exchange system 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.
USA and Canadian 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.
Learn about how to log into the SDRM using Authy
Learn about Authy
Learn about using Authy with OE websites
Is someone abusing the VSP registry or code brokering? Report them here
Learn about or online D1 forms
Directions on using our most common postive ID form
This form is used when the vehicle is owned by a company such as an auction, dealership or private fleet. This is also the form when performing Bank Recoveries.
When performing sublet for a repair/collision shop this form is used and has special instructions and requirements of your 3rd party.
This is where you find information on automaker webite pricing and addresses
Contact the NASTF support center
NASTF Spec employee dishonesty/surety bond at special prices for NASTF VSPs.
Tutorials created by Lockman Locksmiths in Florida. Password Required. It can be found in your Notifications page on the SDRM Portal