Free CompTIA Security+ SY0-701 Practice Question

What distinguishes a soft authentication token from other methods used in multifactor authentication?

  • It is an encrypted file used primarily to establish secure sessions between clients and servers, not particularly for generating authentication codes.

  • It is a software-based tool that generates a code or signal used to verify a user's identity, which can be installed on devices the user already owns.

  • It is a physical object that the user possesses and presents as a form of identification to a security checkpoint or device.

  • It involves the analysis of an individual's physical or behavioral traits and is inherently bound to the user rather than any device.

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CompTIA Security+ SY0-701 / 
Security Operations
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