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Knowledge-based authentication (KBA)

uses pre-registered knowledge tokens to perform authentication, which are pre-determined information and/or questions with answers already setup [sic] with a system. This type of authentication is sometimes used for identity proofing purposes. . . .[1]

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  1. NISTIR 8080, at 15.

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