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There are currently 3 terms in this directory beginning with the letter X.
X.509 Certificate
X.509 is a widely used standard for digital certificates that establish the identity and authenticity of entities in computer networks. X.509 certificates are commonly used for secure communication protocols such as Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). An X.509 certificate contains information about the certificate holder, such as their name, public key, issuer, digital signature, and validity period. X.509 certificates are issued by certificate authorities (CAs) and are used to verify the identity of entities and facilitate secure communication by ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of data transmitted over networks.

XAI (Explainable AI)
The field of research that aims to develop AI systems and algorithms that can provide transparent and understandable explanations for their decisions and actions. XAI techniques help to increase trust, accountability, and interpretability of AI systems, enabling users to understand the reasoning behind AI-generated outcomes.

Xsrf (Cross-Site Request Forgery)
Cross-Site Request Forgery (XSRF or CSRF) is an attack that tricks authenticated users of a website into unknowingly executing malicious actions on their behalf. In an XSRF attack, an attacker crafts a malicious website or link that, when accessed by the victim, makes requests to a target website where the victim is authenticated. These requests can include actions such as changing account settings, making financial transactions, or performing other unintended activities. To prevent XSRF attacks, web developers implement security measures like anti-CSRF tokens, which require clients to provide additional information with each request to verify its authenticity and prevent unauthorised actions.