authentications

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Bilgisayar) kimlik doğrulama sayısı
authentication
Kimlik Denetleme
authentication
doğruluğunu ispat etme
authentication
{i} belgeleme
authentication
(Bilgisayar) aslına uygunluk kodu
authentication
(Ticaret) tevsik etme
authentication
(Askeri,Bilgisayar) kimlik doğrulama
authentication
(Ticaret) kimlik belirleme
authentication
(Ticaret) resmi tasdik
authentication
kimlik kanıtlama
authentication
doğruluğunu kanıtlama
authentication
Doğrulama
authentication
(Askeri) (NATO) PAROLA: Bir muhabere sistemini sahte yayınlara karşı korumak üzere tasarlanmış bir güvenlik önlemi. AUTHENTICATOR (AMERİKA SAVUNMA BAKANLIĞI): PAROLA İŞARETİ: Bir mesajın veya yayının doğruluğunu göstermek amacıyla genellikle mesaj veya yayının daha önceden belirlenmiş bir yerine yerleştirilen ve daha önceden belirlenen bir şekilde seçilen veya düzenlenen bir sembol veya sembol grupları ya da işaretler dizisi. AUTHENTICATOR (NATO, AMERİKAN SAVUNMA KURULU): PAROLA İŞARETİ: Bir mesaj veya yayının gerçekliğini gösteren bir harf, rakam; rakam veya harf grupları ve bunların her ikisi
authentication
tevsik
authentication
kimlik denetimi
authentication
(Mukavele) doğru olduğunu ispat etmek, doğrulamak, teyid etmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of authentication
authentication
a hallmark or assay-mark on a piece of metalwork
authentication
One of the objectives of cryptography: Typically, assurance that a message was sent by the purported author This is message authentication and is sometimes assumed into message integrity It is possible to authenticate individual blocks, provided they are large enough to minimize the impact of adding extra authentication data in each block (see block code) One advantage lies in avoiding the alternative of buffering an entire message before it can be authenticated That can be especially important for real-time (e g , voice) communications Other forms of cryptographic authentication include key authentication for public keys, and source or user authentication, for the authorization to send the message in the first place Also see certification and certification authority
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Security measure designed to establish the validity of a transmission, message, or originator; or as a means of verifying a user's authorization to access specific types of information
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A process by which the identity of a user accessing a network or other source of information is verified
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The process of identifying users before they are allowed access to computer systems or networks, typically by user-ids and passwords Technique that limits Internet or intranet access to those visitors who identify themselves by entering a username or password
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The process of verifying an identity prior to granting access to a computer system, network or source of online information For example, user names and passwords are common forms of authentication
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The process of assuring that a person, who claims to have a certain identity, does in fact have that identity The Ethentication™ Service verifies identity by comparing the authentication material (a password, a biometric, or both) submitted by the user during an authentication attempt to the material that was collected during enrollment
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A process used to confirm the identity of a person or to prove the integrity of specific information Message authentication involves determining its source and verifying that it has not been modified or replaced in transit (Cf , VERIFY (A DIGITAL SIGNATURE))
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The assurance that a party to some computerized transaction is not an impostor Authentication typically involves using a password, certificate, PIN, or other information that can be used to validate the identity over a computer network
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Verification of a person's identity or the source of a document In network systems, authentication referrers to verifying that messages and documents came from the person indicated
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The process of verifying 'who' is at the other end of the link Authentication is performed for devices In Bluetooth, this is achieved by the authentication procedure based on the stored link key or by pairing (entering a PIN)
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Determines a user's identity, as well as determining what a user is authorized to access, eg a financial database or a support knowledgebase The most common form of authentication is user name and password, although this also provides the lowest level of security VPNs use digital certificates and digital signatures to more accurately identify the user
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The positive identification of a network entity such as a server, a client, or a user In SSL context the server and client Certificate verification process
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This is a safety device that guarantees the integrity of digital data transmissions Authentication ensures that the right information gets to the right person Gaining access to a Web site via a username and password is a simple example of authentication Back to Top
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a mark on an article of trade to indicate its origin and authenticity
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{i} confirmation, verification; showing to be true
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The positive identification of a network entity such as a server, a client, or a user In SSL context, authentication represents the server and client Certificate verification process
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(1) the process of verifying identity, origin, or lack of modification of a subject or object Authentication of a user is generally based on something the user knows, is, or has (2) the use of some kind of system to ensure that a file or message which purports to come from a given individual or company actually does Many authentication systems are now looking towards public key encryption, and the calculation of a check based upon the contents of the file or message as well as a password or key Related concepts are change detection and integrity
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Verification of the identity of a user or computer for security purposes
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Authentication is how computer systems verify that a person or computer acting on a person's behalf is who or what they claim to be  It is a secure and trusted form of identification
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validating the authenticity of something or someone
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validating the authenticity of something or someone a mark on an article of trade to indicate its origin and authenticity
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The process of verifying that a particular name really belongs to a particular entity For example, a server will authenticate Alice to ensure that the person at the other end of the network connection isn't Henry the Forger instead In addition to authenticating users, data and computers can be authenticated using cryptographic techniques
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something which validates or confirms the authenticity of something
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The process of identifying yourself and the verification that you're who you say you are Computers where restricted information is stored may require you to enter your username and password to gain access
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this is the process a computerised service uses to identify who is using it It often involves a username and password or checks the IP address of the PC being used to access it Athens is an example of an authentication system
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Process of verifying the identity of the user at the other end of a link Authentication is accomplished by using a link key stored in the device memory or by a user PIN (called pairing)
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the positive verification of the identity of a user, device, or other entity in a computer system, often as a prerequisite to allowing access to resources in a system
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The process that verifies the identity of a user, device, or other entity in a computer system, usually as a prerequisite to allowing access to resources in a system The J2EE platform requires three types of authentication: basic, form-based, and mutual, and supports digest authentication
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proof of the identity of a user logging on to some network
authentication
To positively verify the identity of a user, device, or other entity in a computer system, often as a prerequisite to allowing access to resources in a system
authentications