Multi-factor Authentication

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Full Name and Scope

Originally known as Two-factor Authentication, this concept covers a wide range of technologies designed primarily for strong assurance as to the either the real-world identity, or at least a persistent identity, for purposes of establishing the authorization from an individual to a online resource of some type.

References

  1. W3C Credential Management Level 1 describes an imperative API enabling a website to request a user’s credentials from a user agent, and to help the user agent correctly store user credentials for future use.
  2. U2F
  3. Web Authentication: An API for accessing Public Key Credentials Level 1 defines an API enabling the creation and use of strong, attested, scoped, public key-based credentials by web applications, for the purpose of strongly authenticating users.
  4. WebAuth an effort is to define a simple challenge-response authentication mechanism for PKI (X509) roll-outs, with a standardized token format for transporting the claim and a standard API for website developers to request for that authentication token, to overcome a set of issues present with client certificate authentication in the web context.