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access type

1. In computer security, a type of operation specified by an access right. Note: Examples of access type are “read,” “write,” “execute,” “append,” “modify,” “delete,” and “create.” [2382-pt.8] 2. [The] privilege to perform action on an object. Read, yywrite, execute, append modify, delete, and create are examples of access types. [INFOSEC-99]


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