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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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It would seem as though the latter perspective could in fact have much to say concerning the former: even if, technically, the authenticator began as a separate element of the utterance, unrelated to the oath's content, is it not possible that, at least in some cases, "Thus will X do .
SOPRANO Authenticator, a component of the innovative and award winning SOPRANO Mobile Enterprise Messaging Suite (MEMS), is available through Mobile Network Operators around the world included AT&T (USA and Canada), Telstra (Australia) and Starhub (Singapore).
They have no involvement with or knowledge of sensory authenticators, and although Hologram Industries is a member of this project, it is an uphill task to ensure 'equal time' for the sensory authentication mode in this developing standard.
It provides full lifecycle management of authentication solutions including deployment, authenticator provisioning and ongoing maintenance, as well as support for users who lose their authenticators.
A compact, hand-held authenticator, DIGIPASS 770, features a color display, keypad, PIN protection and a built-in camera.
The Elvis market is a global one, and forgeries come from every corner of the globe, according to the authenticator.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Marshal8e6, the leader in Web and email security for the K-12 market, today announced Authenticator for Apple - a new software application that works in conjunction with the 8e6 R3000 Internet Filter.
has launched the DigiPass 770 authenticator with Cronto-based visual authentication and transaction inking capabilities.
At issue in the suit is Blizzard's Authenticator service for its Battle.
Designed to attach to a keychain, the lightweight and waterproof Blizzard([R]) Authenticator is an electronic device that generates a six-digit security code at the press of a button.
Infineon is one of the first suppliers of security chips and FIDO Ready authenticator reference designs for secured devices, including a Google Security Key compatible USB token and the Infineon OPTIGA TM TPM (Trusted Platform Module) solution.
As a result of the RSA Secured certification, RSA SecurID technology helps to ensure that only staff with physical possession of an RSA SecurID hardware authenticator and properly provisioned credentials can access the passwords generated and stored by Lieberman Software products.