A blockchain can be both permissionless or permissioned. A permissionless blockchain is also known as a public blockchain, because anyone can join the network. A permissioned blockchain, or private blockchain, requires pre-verification of the participating parties within the network, and these parties are usually known to each other.
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- What is REMME?
- Against what attacks can REMME protect?
- Which systems are suitable for REMME implementation as part of its access security solution?
- Could I use two-factor authentication with REMME?
- Which certificate standard is used in REMME?
- What certificates are supported in REMME’s solution?
- What does the certificate management process look like?
- What high level protection is provided against hacking into REMME?
- What if the device with the digital certificate is stolen?
- Can hackers unlock your account using your digital certificate?