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password

An alphanumeric code that pertains to a specific person or group of persons, which is used to access a locked information system.
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It allows users to store on the server or hard drive multiple passwords and passphrases, and up to 10 individual swipes of different fingers, or 10 swipes of the same digit.
139) In Scarfo, the FBI was forced to isolate the passphrase from sixty days and several pages of internally typed keystrokes.
Exploring a spoken passphrase login through this technology is a logical next step in our work in biometrics.
Once read and closed, Private Post emails remain encrypted on the PC and can only be accessed again by the intended recipient using his or her private passphrase.
During installation, users can choose the degree of encryption and key length desired, the key's expiration date, and a passphrase.
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA2) is considered secure with strong passphrase allowed to be used
Automatic configuration eliminates the manual passphrase, or key, entry required by traditional setup for the enabling of WPA.
With Tabbedout's SDK, restaurants can offer a custom-branded mobile payment app or add mobile payment functionality into their own app that securely stores credit or debit card information directly on the consumer's phone, encrypted and under passphrase protection, instead of on host servers or in "the cloud.
Passwords are typically six to eight characters long; a passphrase should be sixteen to twenty-four or even thirty-two characters long.
User enters an unlock passphrase at system start-up with the option of remote assistance from McAfee Customer Support
Password management solution is software for storing all the passwords in one location that is protected and accessible with one easy-to-remember master passphrase.