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us·er·name

(yo͞o′zər-nām′)
n.
A sequence of characters serving as identification when accessing a computer, other digital device, or application and often associated with a privately held password. Also called user ID.

username

(ˈjuːzəˌneɪm)
n
(Computer Science) computing a name that someone uses for identification purposes when logging onto a computer, using chatrooms, or as part of his or her e-mail address
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov 10 (ANI): Following up with the earlier increase in character count for tweets, popular micro blogging site Twitter has now extended character count for usernames on the platform.
Those usernames and passwords came from a hack that occurred in 2012 but was (https://www.
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The National Childbirth Trust (NCT) apologised to users, informing them that their email addresses, usernames and passwords had been accessed in a data breach.
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Organizations have long relied on usernames and passwords to authenticate employees and customers, but those methods have failed over and over again, he said.
He called on community members to change their usernames and passwords regularly and replace them with new ones.
Police have urged residents, schools and companies using CCTV cameras to change their usernames and passwords to avoid being victims of hacking.
Moreover, he called on community members to change their usernames and passwords regularly and replace them with new ones, more complex and unrelated.
A list of thousands of usernames and passwords was posted by HACKERS on a text-sharing website.