Security Reference Monitor is a component of the Microsoft Windows NT executive running in kernel mode that acts like a security watchdog, enforcing security when applications try to access system...
SATAN is a free tool developed by Dan Farmer and Wietse Venema in 1995 for remotely analyzing the security of networks.
S/MIME is an extension of the widely implemented Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) encoding standard, which defines how the body portion of an SMTP message is structured and formatted.
SAM Database is the database of user and group account information stored on a domain controller in a Microsoft Windows Server-based network.
SNA stands for Systems Network Architecture, is a set of IBM mainframe networking standards and protocols introduced in 1974.
SACL stands for System Access Control List, is a form of access control list (ACL) used by the Microsoft Windows operating systems for security control purposes.