Can someone please describe two different authentication models

Also, Where would they be most effectively used and why? Can you please then find out what models are currently used for their workplace or Web hosting company. If you were in a position to make a change to the current policies would they do so? Why or why not?
Thanks so much; god bless anyone for any kind of help.

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Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Oct 31, 2011
Edited Oct 31, 2011
It's a tradeoff between the required security level, the cost and the amount of hassle it adds to the user's workday. If the purpose is to protect the members of a local fishing club's site from hackers, that's much different than a national security web site.

Servers assign access levels to users like Admin, User and Guest that controls what the user is allowed to do on the server.

There's the username and password routine we all know well. Some of them just compare the information to a user file and some create a session ID that follows their navigation through the site and expire on exit. Some medium security systems add a second set of revolving questions like your high school, your mom's maiden name. Others include a graphics image of distorted alpha numeric text to prevent OCR software from reading it.

There are also very complex biometrics systems that maximize the security and cost but minimize the hassle. It all depends on security level, cost and how much hassle the system can tolerate.
Answered Oct 31, 2011
Want to enable two-factor authentication on your iOS Device?
Two-factor Authentication is the way to secure iCloud account and data.
Just follow the simple steps for two-factor authentication on your ios device:
Answered Sep 11, 2017

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