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authenticate

(1) To verify (guarantee) the identity of a person or company. To ensure that the individual or organization is really who it says it is. See authentication, digital certificate and CAPTCHA.

(2) To verify (guarantee) that data has not been altered. See message integrity and data integrity.
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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.
In a press statement, the Ministry said the new authenticators will be distributed to the different departments as follows; eleven for Legal Authentication Department, nine for Real Estate Registration Department and two for Department of Authentication.
With such popularity, Ruth's signature is often forged, with the authenticator noting a nearly 60 percent rejection rate for all Ruth signatures.
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.