What is an authenticated users?
An authenticated users are those who have passed the identification/authentication process of a particular system and are able to log-on in that system.
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There are different ways for a network to ensure the person is who he is suppose to be, ie. authenticate. The most common way is to ask for a user name and password for authen…tication. This is not set up by a service, but rather by the network administrator. He/she has permission to go into control panel/User Groups and set up the authentication process is for that software. Another way is by registering the MAC address of the computer in the network.
It depends. For robust and high risk system, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication, or client-side public key infrastructure authentication.
The most common manner of authentication is the password, orpasscode. There are certain technologies which exist that allow acard to be encoded with a complex code, and that c…ard can then beswiped at any given terminal, granting the cardholder access toonly the files and applications they have clearance for. One of themore impressive forms of authentication, however, is the thumbscan. This grants users access to the information and programs theyhave clearance for solely by a scan of their thumb, whicheliminates the need for a card and is virtually impossible toreplicate.
the md5 algorithm ike passwords assigned by the network administrator
Which authentication method uses a challenge and a response to authenticate the user over the network?
An ID card portrays authentication based upon something the user has.
Most operating systems allow the number of authentication attempts to be set to any of a range of numbers. Best practice is to cause a user account to be locked after 3 to 5 c…onsecutive failed authentication attempts. Beyond that, some lock the account only for a period of time, like 15 minutes to an hour, or may lock it until an administrator intervenes to unlock the account.
The minimum requirement's support for user identification andauthentication is the use of a screen name or alias and a password.A secret question may also be used in support o…f the alias andpassword as a system for double checking identity.
In Windows Server 2003
TACACS+ and RADIUS
A biometric reading, such as a fingerprint, retina scan or DNA sample portrays authentication based upon something a user is.
Yes. Any biometric reading, such as a fingerprint, retina scan or DNA sample portrays authentication based upon something the user is.
In Windows XP
Many websites require user authentication to access them. This is in order to create security for its members. With a username and password, users can be uniquely identified w…hile having protection.