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Authentication is the act of one entity proving its identity to another entity. Common examples involve public key cryptography. For example, proving that a banking web site actually belongs to the bank you think it does.

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having a 5 digit code they have to type in is nothing, its almost too short. Its far better than my average experience with online meeting that generally require typing in a meeting id + potentially …
answered Jan 31 '12 by Ryathal
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Make your servers impersonate users, your authentication system doesn't need to know they are servers or other users, you just need to ensure that authentication never fails for the users that are actually servers. …
answered Nov 19 '12 by Ryathal
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if you are going to allow your users to change an email address you need to verify the new email address and send a notification to the old email address. The verification of the new email is more opt …
answered Sep 20 '12 by Ryathal