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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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"We're glad to complete the first phase of the project that will enable access to Slovakia's e-services by using German authenticators," said Peter urica, head of NASES, as quoted in the press release.Six countries to join this yearThe second phase will focus on extending the list of countries whose citizens will be able to use Slovensko.
This is further important because of the status of efforts at passing legislation in New York to protect authenticators. A bill proposed a handful of years ago would have required those pleading against authenticators to provide a higher level of detail to prove the plausibility of their claim, as well as a 'clear and convincing evidence' burden of proof during the trial, and a one-sided attorneys' fees provision.
In 2013, SMBC implemented VASCO DIGIPASS 275 hardware authenticators for additional security.
The SDKs also allow users to bundle custom or third party authenticators within their mobile applications to support industry or country-specific requirements.
While appraisers are not authenticators, there are a number of things they look for to complete due diligence and help establish value.
This can go undetected since none of the authenticators, [[sigma].sub.AS], [[sigma].sub.BS], [[sigma].sub.SA], and [[sigma].sub.SB], can confirm who the actual protocol participants are.
Tech and password expert Bruce Marshall said that face-recognition based password apps have lot of opportunity today, and easy access to cameras, touchscreens and microphones will push the industry forward toward biometic and alternative authenticators.
| (With photos) KUWAIT, July 3 (KUNA) -- Twenty-two legal and official documents' authenticators swore in Wednesday before Minister of Justice and Minister of Justice and Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Shareeda Abdullah Al-Muosherji.
According to the authors, "The letters 'USA' appear to have been dug out of the ground, while the code appeared to have been fashioned from rice straw." The code, or symbol, is "a highly classified Vietnam War-era USAF/USN Escape & Evasion code in a rice paddy in a narrow mountain valley." The authors add that "similar codes, secret messages, and secret authenticators in rice paddies, fields and garden plots along trails in Laos and Vietnam" have also been seen from the sky.
This helps to automate manual processes for setting up user profiles for RSA SecurID authenticators, such as hardware tokens enabling it to provide the self-service automation of assigning the authenticator to an individual.
* HIRE A THIRD-PARTY AUTHENTICATOR. "If you don't have a (contract) in place with an authenticator, and you're really concerned about pushing a fraudulent piece and it might hurt your reputation, yeah, you might want to steer clear of it," said Schmidt, who noted some authenticators will reduce charges for charities.