Security - (Identity+Authenticator=Credential)


Credentials are electronic information that is used to verify an identity.

They are provided by client application (ie user, browser, application) to prove their identity

Credentials are also known as:

  • authenticators
  • identification token

Credentials can take various forms depending on the authentication protocol and method.



Credentials are:

See What are the HTTP Authentication schemes and methods?

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