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authenticator

[ə′thent·ə‚kād·ər]
(communications)
Letter, numeral, or groups of letters or numerals attesting to the authenticity of a message or transmission.

authenticator

The device in an authentication system that physically allows or blocks access to the network. It is typically an access point in a wireless system or a network access server (NAS) in a dial-up system. See 802.1X and authentication.
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If you already have the Microsoft Authenticator app setup for your Microsoft account, open the app and tap on your account to open a dropdown menu for user options.
There are methods for running Google Authenticator from either multiple phones or, possibly more simply, from a desktop instance of Google Chrome.
Conklin asserts, "both conceptually and clausally, the authenticator precedes the utterance of the oath content" (p.
Delivered as a hosted service, SOPRANO Authenticator has been enhanced with open API's and interfaces to allow simple integration with existing AAA systems and user databases.
The breath-and water-activated SHOPS can be combined to give a consumer authenticator and warranty protector in one device, as shown in the illustration.
The Omvia Authenticator uses expertise in multi-factor authentication with a current focus on leveraging voice biometric technology for use in large-scale, consumer-facing deployments.
Allan Burns, of Diageo Scotland, described the authenticator as a 'very significant development'.
There will be a notification on the listing that says the item will be reviewed by a professional authenticator before shipping to the buyer.
Clavistera leader in high-performance network securityhas launched The Clavister MFA, a Multi Factor Authentication solution which combines The Clavister MFA Server, a mobile app Clavister Authenticator and an SMS-based One Time Password (OTP) service.
NASDAQ: VDSI) said Assurity Trusted Solutions two-factor authenticator developed by VASCO has been selected by the Singapore government to provide SingPass users with the ability to secure their e-government transactions.
We have long argued that an effective product protection strategy requires the use of a layered approach to authentication, combining different types of authenticator, each there to be examined by different types of examiner.
Conexs uses an email address as the Internet telephony number and authenticator.