Chapter 50: Context-Aware Multifactor Authentication Survey

Review Questions/Exercises


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The following is a partial exercise solution. The students should be able to expand on the following:
Multistage authentication processes, which use a single-factor token to obtain a second token, do not constitute multifactor authentication. The level of assurance associated with the compound solution is the assurance level of the weakest token. For example, some cryptographic mobility solutions allow full or partial cryptographic keys to be stored on an online server and downloaded to the claimants local system after successful authentication using a password or ...

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