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Chapter 6 Terms

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bridge trust model A trust model with one CA that acts as a facilitator to interconnect all other CAs.
Certificate Authority (CA) A trusted third-party agency that is responsible for issuing digital certificates.
Certificate Repository (CR) A publicly accessible centralized directory of digital certificates that can be used to view the status of a digital certificate.
Certificate Revocation List (CRL) A repository that lists revoked digital certificates.
Certificate Signing Request (CSR) 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 code (MAC) 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.
hierarchical trust model A trust model that has a single hierarchy with one master CA.
HTTPS A secure version of HTTP sent over SSL or TLS.
Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) A set of protocols developed to support the secure exchange of packets between hosts and networks.
key escrow A process in which keys are managed by a third party, such as a trusted CA.
key recovery agent (KRA) A highly trusted person responsible for recovering lost or damaged digital certificates.
Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) A protocol that performs a real-time lookup of a certificate's status.
public key infrastructure (PKI) A framework for managing all of the entities involved in creating, storing, distributing, and revoking digital certificates.
Registration Authority (RA) A subordinate entity designed to handle specific CA tasks such a s processing certificate requests and authenticating users.
Secure Shell (SSH) A Linux/UNIX-based command interface and protocol for securely accessing a remote computer.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 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.
third-party trust A trust model in which two individuals trust each other because each individually trusts a third party.
Transport Layer Security (TLS) 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 or entities.
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