authentication method

"The authentication protocol (such as CHAP, PAP, EAP etc.) used when authenticating access to resources on a network."
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  • E-mail authentication — is the effort to equip messages of the e mail transport system with enough verifiable information, so that recipients can recognize the nature of each incoming message automatically. It is different from content filtering s fuzzy methods.… …   Wikipedia

  • Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol — The Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol (LEAP) is a proprietary wireless LAN authentication method developed by Cisco Systems. Important features of LEAP are dynamic WEP keys and mutual authentication (between a wireless client and a… …   Wikipedia

  • clear text authentication —    An authentication method that encodes user name and password information according to a freely available 64 bit encoding utility.    See also challenge response authentication; encryption …   Dictionary of networking

  • pass-through authentication —    In Microsoft Windows NT, an authentication method used when the user account must be authenticated,butthecomputerusedforthe logon is neither the domain controller for the account nor the computer on which the user account is defined. In such a …   Dictionary of networking

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