RE: identification + Re: authentication and authorization

2004-07-10 Thread bear
On Thu, 8 Jul 2004, Anton Stiglic wrote: The problem is not really authentication theft, its identity theft, or if you want to put it even more precisely, it's identity theft and authenticating as the individual to whom the identity belongs to. But the latte doesn't make for a good buz-word :)

RE: identification + Re: authentication and authorization

2004-07-09 Thread Anton Stiglic
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ed Gerck Sent: 7 juillet 2004 14:46 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: identification + Re: authentication and authorization I believe that a significant part of the problems discussed here is that the three

Re: identification + Re: authentication and authorization

2004-07-09 Thread Aram Perez
Hi Ed and others, Like usual, you present some very interesting ideas and thoughts. The problem is that while we techies can discuss the identity theft definition until we are blue in the face, the general public doesn't understand all the fine subtleties. Witness the (quite amusing) TV ads by

Re: identification + Re: authentication and authorization

2004-07-09 Thread Ed Gerck
Aram Perez wrote: Hi Ed and others, Like usual, you present some very interesting ideas and thoughts. The problem is that while we techies can discuss the identity theft definition until we are blue in the face, the general public doesn't understand all the fine subtleties. Witness the (quite