repudiation

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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act of refusing to accept; the act of repudiating

The young man's repudiation of the church's doctrines caused a conflict between him and his religious parents.

{n} a divorce, rejection, refusal
Denial by an entity involved in a communication
A quality that prevents a third party from being able to prove that a communication between two other parties ever took place This is a desirable quality if you do not want your communications to be traceable Non-repudiation is the opposite qualitya third party can prove that a communication between two other parties took place Non-repudiation is desirable if you want to be able to trace your communications and prove that they occurred
(See also NONREPUDIATION) The denial or attempted denial by an entity involved in a communication of having participated in all or part of the communication
The denial or attempted denial by an entity involved in a communication of having participated in all or part of the communication
Rejection or denial of
Denial by one of the entities involved in an action of having participated
Denial by one of the entities involved in a communication of having participated in all or part of the communication
rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid; "Congressional repudiation of the treaty that the President had negotiated"
rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid; "Congressional repudiation of the treaty that the President had negotiated
{i} rejection, disavowal; act of disowning, renouncement; denial, refusal; condemnation
the exposure of falseness or pretensions; "the debunking of religion has been too successful" refusal to acknowledge or pay a debt or honor a contract (especially by public authorities); "the repudiation of the debt by the city" rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid; "Congressional repudiation of the treaty that the President had negotiated
refusal to acknowledge or pay a debt or honor a contract (especially by public authorities); "the repudiation of the debt by the city"
The act of repudiating, or the state of being repuddiated; as, the repudiation of a doctrine, a wife, a debt, etc
the exposure of falseness or pretensions; "the debunking of religion has been too successful"
One who favors repudiation, especially of a public debt
repudiate
To refuse to pay or honor (a debt)
repudiate
to refuse to have anything to do with
repudiate
{v} to divorce, put away, reject, refuse
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non-repudiation
ensuring that a party involved in the electronic exchange of data cannot later deny having participated in the exchange For example, a hospital might use non-repudiation services when submitting a bill electronically to an insurance company so that the latter could not later deny having received the bill
non-repudiation
Non-repudiation is the assurance that the sender is provided with proof of delivery and that the recipient is provided with proof of the sender's identity so that neither can later deny having processed the data Technical non-repudiation refers to the assurance a Relying Party has that if a public key is used to validate a digital signature, that signature had to have been made by the corresponding private signature key Legal non-repudiation refers to how well possession or control of the private signature key can be established
non-repudiation
– The condition whereby the sender of a message cannot deny the validity of the result of the process used to authenticate the data
non-repudiation
The inability to deny actions that were performed The Ethentication Service digitally signs all transactions for non-repudiation purposes
non-repudiation
Cryptographic assurance that a message sender cannot later deny sending a message, or that the recipient cannot deny receipt
non-repudiation
Non-repudiation is a property achieved through cryptographic methods which prevents an identity from denying having performed a particular action related to data (such as mechanisms for non-rejection or authority (origin); for proof of obligation, intent, or commitment; or for proof of ownership) For example, if a contractual document or electronic transaction was digitally signed, this signature would be non-repudiable Anyone possessing the document and signature can prove that the identity had signed the document at a specific point in time The signer cannot repudiate this event and hence in some legal jurisdictions it can be deemed as legally binding
non-repudiation
The condition whereby the sender of a message cannot deny the validity of the result of the process used to authenticate the data
non-repudiation
The process by which the sender of data is provided with proof of delivery, and the receiver is assured of the sender's identity This is non-repudiation, so that neither party can deny either sending or receiving the data in question It provides a sound framework, and is considered vital, for the future development of electronic commerce Unfortunately, genuine non-repudiation would seem to be beyond our current capabilities It can only be achieved by protecting the keyholder's private key from theft, and protecting the computer that uses that private key from infiltration or subversion Most experts agree that neither of these are, or are likely to become in the foreseeable future, realizable
non-repudiation
Provide proof of the origin such that the sender cannot deny sending the message, and the recipient cannot deny the receipt of the message
non-repudiation
Method by which the sender of data is provided with proof of delivery and the recipient is assured of the sender's identity, so that neither can later deny having processed the data
non-repudiation
Proof that an electronic transaction or communication occurred, establishing accountability for both the sender and the recipient
non-repudiation
Ensures that information cannot be disowned
non-repudiation
1 A security service that ensures that a message sender cannot deny sending a message and that the recipient cannot deny receipt 2 Irrefutable, unforgeable proof of an electronic message's origin or receipt
non-repudiation
A method of protecting users against attempts by another party to deny authorship or ownership of e-communication
non-repudiation
A property of a cryptosystem Non-repudiation cryptosystems are those in which the users cannot deny actions they performed
non-repudiation
A network security service which proves that a buyer in an online transaction indeed ordered the goods and the seller actually delivered the goods Protection against denial of sending or receiving of data by the sender or receiver
non-repudiation
The property of a receiver being able to prove that the sender of some data did in fact send the data even though the sender might later deny ever having sent it
non-repudiation
The inability to declare unenforceable and refuse to comply with a legally valid and non-revocable contract
non-repudiation
The assurance that the contract, or other business conducted via electronic means cannot be considered invalid because there are on "pen and ink" original signatures
non-repudiation
(1)The service which provides proof of the integrity and origin of data which can be verified by a third party (2) A feature of a system that provides evidence that can be used, together with expert testimony, about the validity of an entire identification infrastructure, against an attempt to deny an act
non-repudiation
protection against someone denying they originated a communication or data (see Security Elements)
non-repudiation
Ensuring that a transferred message has been sent and received by the parties claiming to have sent and received the message Non-repudiation is a way to guarantee that the sender of a message cannot later deny having sent the message and that the recipient cannot deny having received the message
non-repudiation
1 A property of a cryptosystem Non-repudiation cryptosystems are those in which the users cannot deny actions they performed 2 Method by which the sender of data is provided with proof of delivery and the recipient is assured of the sender's identity, so that neither can later deny having processed the data [INFOSEC Glossary]
non-repudiation
The process ensuring that an entity cannot falsely deny that they sent a message or executed an electronic transaction
non-repudiation
A service that provides proof of the integrity and origin of data, both in an non-forgeable relationship, which can be verified by any third party at any time, or, an authentication that with high assurance can be asserted to be genuine A property achieved through cryptographic methods which prevents an individual or entity from denying having performed a particular action related to data (such as mechanisms for non-rejection or authority (origin); for proof of obligation, intent, or commitment, or for proof of ownership)
repudiate
To refuse to have anything to do with; to disown
repudiate
refuse to recognize or pay; "repudiate a debt
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If you repudiate something or someone, you show that you strongly disagree with them and do not want to be connected with them in any way. Leaders urged people to turn out in large numbers to repudiate the violence = denounce + repudiation repudiations re·pu·dia·tion his public repudiation of the conference decision. = denunciation
repudiate
To reject the truth or validity of something; to deny
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reject as untrue, unfounded, or unjust; "She repudiated the accusations"
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To refuse to acknowledge or to pay; to disclaim; as, the State has repudiated its debts
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To refuse to pay or honor
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cast off or disown; "She renounced her husband"; "The parents repudiated their son"
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To divorce, put away, or discard, as a wife, or a woman one has promised to marry
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refuse to acknowledge, ratify, or recognize as valid; "The woman repudiated the divorce settlement" reject as untrue, unfounded, or unjust; "She repudiated the accusations" refuse to recognize or pay; "repudiate a debt
repudiate
refuse to recognize or pay; "repudiate a debt"
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{f} reject, disavow; disown, renounce; deny, refuse; condemn
repudiate
To cast off; to disavow; to have nothing to do with; to renounce; to reject
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refuse to acknowledge, ratify, or recognize as valid; "The woman repudiated the divorce settlement"
repudiations
plural of repudiation
repudiation

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