ANTIPHOLUS OF SYRACUSE: To me she speaks; she moves me for her theme! What, was I married to her in my dream? Or sleep I now and think I hear all this? What error drives our eyes and ears amiss? Until I know this sure uncertainty, I'll entertain the offer'd fallacy
|--The Comedy of Errors, II, ii, 185–190.|
Authentication is the binding of an identity to a principal. Network-based authentication mechanisms require a principal to authenticate to a single system, either local or remote. The authentication is then propagated. This chapter explores the question of authentication to a single system.
Subjects act on behalf of some other, external entity. The identity of that entity controls the actions that ...