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Authentication

In the context of bonds, refers to the validation of a bond certificate.

Authentication

A legal certification that a document is genuine. In business, this is especially applied to bonds, showing that an issue was legitimate.
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Users of the Naka City Public Library will be given the choice of using an ID card with an embedded IC chip, or use of palm vein authentication system for identity verification.
provides automated authentication services that enable organizations to quickly and cost-effectively provide real-time user authentication during an Internet session.
However, with fingerprint certification, there is a high probability that fingerprints can be duplicated, while iris-based authentication requires bulky equipment.
Many e-mail security vendors have already implemented some form of e-mail authentication, and many others are looking at doing so.
In 2001, Harvard Medical School began implementing a campuswide authentication and access policy management solution for wireless devices.
ASAS is based on the A-Key, a proprietary chip-based authentication token that is smaller than a typical house key and is plugged directly into the Universal Serial Bus (USB) port of any personal computer, laptop, thin client or other terminal device.
Fujitsu's contactless palm vein authentication technology has been adopted for use in financial institutions, hospitals, and universities in Japan thus far.
CHAP was chosen by IETF as the mandatory authentication protocol for iSCSI.
Since Source Authentication is an e-mail server-based technology, it will often be implemented at the ISP (Internet Service Provider) level.

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