The relationship between two or more entities (typically, a computer, but could be a user on a computer, or software component) which describes how the entities will use security services, such as encryption, to communicate.
See RFC 1825.
- Security association id
networking (SAID) A 32-bit field added to packet headers for encryption and authentication in the proposed Internet Protocol Version 6. (1997-07-09)
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- Security check
noun a search of a person or property for concealed weapons or bombs
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