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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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By design, OpenID was created to maximize convenience and security for all Internet and cloud users by allowing them to keep a single set of credentials that will log them into all services.
Now, however, there's some momentum behind a system called OpenID that just might make programs like LastPass and Roboform unnecessary.
Microsoft has finally implemented the OpenID authentication platform allowing for OpenID logins on its HealthVault medical site.
Since OpenID is decentralized, any Web site can use it.
myOneLogin is designed to work with any Web-based application that supports federation standards such as Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), OpenID or the standard username and password.
com is one of the first European portals to offer OpenID, a new service allowing any web surfer to use a single Internet address.
So far it's been supported by a small - but growing - number of web sites, but the biggest new OpenID service is from Yahoo
You must have a Google, LiveJournal, WordPress, TypePad, AIM, or OpenID account to comment and therefore participate.
0, which leverages Dell s new Security Analytics Engine to give organizations control of web-based applications and OpenID Connect-compliant mobile application access activities within the organization.
The foundation was also laid for the transition from the depreciated Google OpenID 2.
Suyati's Abhishek Sivasubramanian co-presents with Vikas Jain on OpenID Connect
According to the report, Silva found the bug related to code used for OpenID, an authentication system that lets people use the same login credentials for multiple online services, which could be executed from a remote computer.