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Authenticated encryption: Authenticated encryption and authenticated encryption with associated data (AEAD) are forms of encryption which simultaneously assure the confidentiality and authenticity of data.
Authenticated Identity Body: Authenticated Identity Body or AIB is a method allowing parties in a network to share authenticated identity thereby increasing the integrity of their SIP communications. AIBs extend other authentication methods like S/MIME to provide a more specific mechanism to introduce integrity to SIP transmissions.
Authenticated Key Exchange: Authenticated Key Exchange (or Authenticated Key Agreement) is the exchange of session key in a key exchange protocol which also authenticate the identities of parties involved in the key exchange.
Authenticated Received Chain: Authenticated Received Chain is an email authentication system designed to allow an intermediate mail server like a mailing list or forwarding service to sign an email's original authentication results. This allows a receiving service to validate an email when the email's SPF and DKIM records are rendered invalid by an intermediate server's processing.ARC is defined in RFC 8617, published in July 2019, as "Experimental".