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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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the home button and swiped the screen to enter the passcode. On the first few
When the user enters his/her passcode while logging in, that particular sequence of numbers expires as soon as it has been entered and the system automatically generates a new code and sends this to the user's mobile device.
In enterprises, for instance, two-factor relies on hardware tokens that generate passcodes, which are valid for just moments and must be entered along with the usual password.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Entrants must collect three of the four passcodes printed in RoadRecord from January 18 until February 8, 2013, inclusive.
When you have all four passcodes, you can either apply online or send away the voucher we'll print in Wednesday's Daily Record to claim your fab freebie - it's as easy as that.
She had a nice trustworthy Scottish accent so once again I did as I was told but all too soon it became clear that my quest for reactivation was doomed, as I still needed a passcode.
Apps Genius Corp said the app enables a secure passcode to be assigned to address book contact information such as names, phone numbers and e-mail addresses.
A replay will be available for one week following the call at +1-888-286-8010; international dial-in +1-617-801-6888; passcode 63770434, as well as on the WNS website, www.wns.com, beginning two hours after the end of the call.
The new Data Protection feature uses a user's passcode as an encryption key to protect mail messages and attachments stored on the iPhone.
For example, regular users can be given an RSA SecurID token that produces a new one-time passcode (OTP) every 60 seconds; while occasional users - including during emergency situations - can opt for the lower cost Passcode OnDemand service that turns their mobile phones or PDAs into their authentication devices.
Instead, each fan has been given a special passcode with which they can confirm their identity when they collect their tickets at the box office before the show.
Thousands of fans entered a ballot to win a passcode giving them the right to buy tickets.