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log·in

 (lôg′ĭn′, lŏg′-) also log·on (-ŏn′, -ôn′)
n.
1. The process of identifying oneself to a computer, usually by entering one's username and password.
2. A username.
Translations

login

[ˈlɒgɪn] Nlogin m

login

n (Comput) → Einloggen nt, → Log-in nt
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Multiply your number of connected devices times the logins that require unique passwords, and you have what might be called your password headache index.
OpenID is rapidly gaining adoption on the web, with over one billion OpenID enabled user accounts and over 50,000 websites accepting OpenID for logins. Several large organizations either issue or accept OpenIDs, including Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, Microsoft, AOL, MySpace, Sears, Universal Music Group, France Telecom, Novell, Sun, Telecom Italia, and many more.(1) "For companies deploying cloud applications, the highest level of security for user login is to utilize biometrics enabled through Ceelox ID Online[R].
Therefore, the server must check the password every time when a user logins. The computation is very complicated and leads to the poor efficiency in verification.
With the new PalmSecure PC Login Kit, logins to PCs or applications that up until now required IDs and passwords can now be done using the highly secure palm vein biometric authentication method.
However, if cookies can not be used at all on the Internet, some other mechanism will need to be devised to enable a Web site to keep track of logins and purchases.
The ASAE Technical Library and ASAE Home page have two separate logins. The login on the ASAE homepage allows you to access member-only information such as the membership roster and Resource magazine online.
SSH Secure Shell 3.0 uses the latest authentication standards to expand the security that users need to secure all remote logins, while still delivering the ease-of-deployment and ease-of-use features that SSH Secure Shell has become known for."
- Passwords, logins and users - Performs automated password strength analysis, tracks past users who still have login capabilities (i.e.
PledgeMusic said the flaw has since been fixed-though the company has not made a public acknowledgement of the flaw and it is not clear if it informed any affected users of potentially unauthorized logins made to their accounts.
It also covered seven million logins from more than 400,000 active Internet and mobile banking users.
Washington, Apr 23 ( ANI ): Facebook reportedly powers more than half of all social logins, according to latest data.