Ownership Factors

  • Badrinarayanan Lakshmiraghavan


As you saw in Chapter 5, authentication is a fundamental aspect of security that involves verifying credentials supplied by a user to establish an identity for the user in an application. A credential can be a knowledge factor that the user knows, an ownership factor that the user owns, or an inherence factor that the user is. I covered knowledge factors in Chapter 8. In this chapter, I focus on ownership factors.


Certification Authority Malicious User Transport Layer Security Digital Certificate Ownership Factor 
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