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Word: authenticate

Definition: prove genuine


Sentences Containing 'authenticate'

A visiting family member is required to personally sign the family genealogical register furnished by ones "Family Panda" after updating it for future family visitors and generations to see and to authenticate the updated entries, friends and other family members accompanying on the visit may also be requested to sign as witnesses.
In collaboration with the Kestrel Institute, he has been using SNARK to authenticate security protocols.
Iris scans provide more data than fingerprints, essential for de-duplication, but fingerprints are easier and cheaper to authenticate.
Since AMT presents the posture out-of-band, the network can also authenticate the PC out-of-band, before the OS or applications load and before they try to access the network.
The government contended that the governor and secretary should have been called as the proper witnesses to authenticate their own acts.
The MPS uses that information to help authenticate the PC.
With cellular coverage, a biometric-enabled Bluetooth device can reach rural areas to authenticate ration payments, health insurance, and so on.

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