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An authentication which comprises a token that uniquely and securely identifies the authentication.
Authenticator might respond with a token authentication to communicate temporary credentials resulting from the authentication to the authenticated entity. These
can then later be used by the entity to authenticate using a different channel in a simpler or more perfomant way than the original authentication.
A properly secured token should be collision-free and hardly forgeable.
Returns the token resulting from the authentication process.
- a token that securely identifies the authentication