User authentication is a fundamental component of security policies across the network. From a user’s perspective, this can be accomplished in multiple ways:
- Username and password
- Token generators
- Fingerprint readers
- A combination of multiple factors
Even though this process may seem simple from a user’s perspective, it becomes complicated behind the scenes as one or multiple authentication protocols have to be used to achieve this purpose. In addition, you need to ensure that authentication to a remote device is performed in a secure manner that will not provide . . .
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