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Third-party Mail Relay
A mail relay that configured in a manner that people from third-party, who are not local users, can send email through this email server.
A potential violation of security that may cause harm to an organisation and its assets.
A time mark or notation that indicates the date and the time of an action / event.
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS)
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) is a standard developed by PCI Standards Council to enhance payment account data security. The standard consists of 12 core requirements, which include security management, policies, procedures, network architecture, software design and other critical measures.
There are two types of token, hard token and soft token. Hard token is a hardware device that contains a protected cryptographic key that cannot be exported. Soft token is a copy of software with a cryptographic key installed in the user's computer, PDA or smartphone. The cryptographic key is normally encrypted and stored on some storage media, and authentication requires entry of password or biometrics to activate the token.
A software which pretends to provide legitimate function, but actually carries malicious function exploiting legitimate authorisations of a person who invokes the program.