Definitions for "Secure Channel"
This is a point-to-point communications link that has been protected against unauthorized access.
A communication medium safe from the threat of eavesdroppers.
A communication path which can provide some means of protection from security threats.
a connection between a domain member and a domain controller established to retrieve domain specific information, to update computer-specific information in the Active Directory, such as the computer password, and to validate the domain membership
a connection between the NetLogon services on two machines that's established and maintained internally by Windows NT's security subsystem, using its own set of user names and passwords
In cryptography, a secure channel is a method or technique assumed to provide means by which data can be transferred from one place or user to another without risk of interception or tampering.