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Which of the following portrays authentication based on something known? a. PIN b. Fingerprint c. RFID card d. DNA
The answer is a. PIN A personal identification number (PIN) portrays authentication based on something known. Compare this to a fingerprint or retinal scan, which is a physical trait rather than something known.
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The answer is a. PIN

A personal identification number (PIN) portrays authentication based on something known. Compare this to a fingerprint or retinal scan, which is a physical trait rather than something known.

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