transitive trust

transitive trust

An automatic trust association between parent and child domains and between root domains in a Windows Active Directory forest. For example, if domain A trusts B, and B trusts C, then A automatically trusts C. See forests and trees.
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"Through a combination of password re-use across thousands of online services and targeted collection, we estimated 7-25 percent of stolen passwords in our dataset would enable an attacker to log in to a victim's Google account and thus take over their online identity due to transitive trust."
In another case the node will receive the trust value as recommendation from its neighbor node, this is called as transitive trust or called indirect trust.
The main idea of the EigenTrust is transitive trust, A trusts B, so A probably trusts who B trusts.
The main purpose of TNA-SL is modeling transitive trust
In TNA-SL, there are two types of trust relation: transitive trust and parallel trust combination.
Transitive trust is the case where someone, Alice, trusts another person, Carol, by the judgments of the already established trust relationships, i.e., from Alice to Bob and from Bob to Carol.
In the trust network, if there is a path from a node A to another B, we can think that there is a transitive trust from A to B.
Trust chains represent a transitive trust from nx to [n.sub.u].
His major suggestion was to have customized group of CC based on mutual interest such as defense alliance, economic cooperation agreements, historical events, and political alliances, because it convey transitive trust between its partners.
A nation with multiple memberships can be a better option to choose as CC authoring member, for example, because of the nation's wider coverage to offer CC certification and has better transitive trust between its partners in the group.
Trees can be grouped into Forests, which establish a transitive trust relationship between the two trees, which allows all the domains in the Forest to share resources if they have the appropriate security permissions.
Unlike its predecessor, Windows 2000 can support transitive trust relationships, which greatly ease administration of users and resources.