relying party


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relying party

A website or other entity on the Internet that uses an identity provider to authenticate a user who wants to log in. See identity metasystem and OpenID.
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There are two modes of communication between the Relying Party (RP) and OpenID Provider (OP):
Using Trusted Authority (TA) as the core, user's browser, Relying Party (RP) or Service Provider (SP), and IDP must prove their identity based on mutual attestation process using their TPM- (VTPM-) enabled platforms and verified by the TA.
Browser web redirections are used to create communication between the relying party and the OpenID provider.
* location_id is the 'from' id of the organization or the site of the relying party in the distributed systems;
* Because liability under the Directive is negligence-based (117), a certification-service-provider might be held to have no liability at all to a relying party. Both UK (118) and US (119) negligence cases have held that where a function is properly delegated to a third party it will not be negligent for the delegator to rely on the performance of that third party unless there are reasons to suspect improper performance.
But a person will not incur such early reliance expenditures if she later can be held up by another party who blithely claims that, since there was no contract when the reliance expenditures were incurred, it therefore has no obligation to pay for any of those expenditures, or even to finish the negotiations, thus inducing the relying party to agree to terms that mean a net loss for her.
Finally, a "relying party" is the guardian of a resource (e.g.
When a relying party wishes to validate the identity of the signer, all the information used to establish the authenticity of the signer is called upon as evidence of that identity.
"To date," says the PKI Forum, "the commonly accepted approach is for a relying party [such a supplier] to trust multiple certificate-issuers."
* Some conduct must have linked the accountant to the relying party.
There must have been some conduct linking the accountant to the relying party.