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Title : Authentication Mechanisms Levels
Author(s) : K. Zeilenga
Filename : draft-zeilenga-auth-lvl-02.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 26-Nov-01
Numerous authentication mechanisms are in use today on the Internet.
It is desirable to give administrators the choice of which mechanisms
to support in their deployments and to give users the choice which
mechanisms to use. This document offers terminology designed to be
easily understandable by users and administrators of Internet
services, while being meaningful to designers and developers of these
services and associated Internet protocols.
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