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Chapter 6 Terms

Terms for Chapter 6

TermDefinition
bridge trust model a trust model with one CA that acts as a facilitator to interconnect all other CAs
certificate authority a trusted third party agency that is responsible for issuing digital certificates
certificate repository a publicly accessible centralized directory of digital certificates that can be used to view the status of a digital certificate
certificate revocation list a repository that lists revoked digital certificates
certificate signing request a specially formatted encrypted message that validates the information the ca requires to issue a digital certificate
cipher suite a named combination of the encryption authentication and message authentication coe algorithms that are used with SSL and TLS
digital certificate a technology used to associate a user's identity to a public key in which the user's public key is digitally signed by a trusted third party
direct trust a type of trust model in which a relationship exists between two individuals because one person knows the other person
distributed trust model a trust model that has multiple CAs that sign digital certificates
hierarchical trust model a trust model that has a single hierarchy with one master CA
hypertext transport protocol secure a secure version of HTTP sent over SSL or TLS
internet protocol security a set of protocols developed to support the secure exchange of packets between hosts or networks
key escrow a process in which keys are managed by a third party, such as a trusted CA
key recovery agent a highly trusted person responsible for recovering lost of damaged digital certificates
online certificate status protocol a protocol that performs a real time look-up of a certificate's status
public key infrastructure a framework for managing all of the entities involved in creating, storing, distributing and revoking digital certificates
registration authority a subordinate entity designed to handle specific CA tasks such as processing certificate requests and authenticating users
secure shell a Linux/UNIX-based command interface and protocol for securely accessing a remote computer
secure sockets layer a protocol originally developed by Netscape for securely transmitting data
session keys symmetric keys to encrypt and decrypt information exchanged during a handshake session between a web browser and web server
thid party trust a trust model in which two individuals trust each other because each individually trusts a third party
transport layer security a protocol that is more secure than SSL and guarantees privacy and data integrity between applications
trust model the type of trust relationship that can exist between individuals of entities
Created by: O'Bryan