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establish the authenticity of something

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Web, desktop, and other applications all have different ways to authenticate users.
The technology is named RAAS(TM) and uses a concept of "reverse authentication," where a bank customer is able to authenticate a bank server before authenticating him/herself to the bank server.
Using BioPassword to monitor and authenticate users, organizations can quickly and cost-effectively implement secure access, comply with regulatory requirements, and reduce the risks of fraud.
Now with BioPassword Internet Edition, the company's proven keystroke dynamics technology is extended to authenticate users over the Internet to prevent online fraud as well as authenticate the credentials of customers, partners and employees across the enterprise.
FastAccess identifies and authenticates users in less time than it takes to enter a password and knows the second they leave their computers.
Wi-Fi toolkit from Boingo auto-connects and authenticates to public Wi-Fi hot spots worldwide - or private networks configured by the user.
Winner of the "Best of Show," award at Macworld, CRYPTOCard positively authenticates a user's identity by coupling something in the user's possession (a smart card, hardware token, or software token), with something the user knows (their PIN), and provides centralized authentication for all physical and network access regardless of network infrastructure or user location.
The user simply logs on through the graphical user interface, enters their PIN & authenticates against the CRYPTO-Server - remove card, display manager (KDM, GDM, XDM) logon locks station.
Winner of the "Best of Show," award at Macworld and the "Best Security Product," at Comdex, CRYPTOCard positively authenticates a user's identity by coupling something in the user's possession (a smart card, hardware token, or software token), with something the user knows (their PIN), and provides centralized authentication for all physical and network access regardless of network infrastructure or user location.
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