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the process of permitting access to a computer system by identification of the user's credentials.
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According to the company, PalmSecure ID Login integrates Fujitsu's highly secure biometric palm vein authentication technology into corporate network environments using Microsoft Active Directory -- helping boost IT security while also making it easier for users to log on to their system without needing to remember complex passwords, which need to be changed on a regular basis.
The next time you log in to your Facebook account from a new browser or location, you have the option to plug a physical security key in the USB drive and tap the device to login safely.
When a DBMS user no longer requires access to the DBMS or leaves the company, his login should be dropped from the system as soon as possible; however this can be a complicated task.
Consumers said they prefer mobile banking over Internet banking, and Android device users login to mobile banking more frequently than iPhone users, according to Malauzai Software's February Monkey Insights report.
Upon subsequent logins, the biometric patterns of the created passcode are analyzed.
The Stanford Alumni Association began offering social logins in February 2013 to ease the user experience.
Meanwhile, Google+ acquired the second place with 31 percent of social logins in North America.
The first variable examine in this study is the average number of group logins per group.
PalmSecure PC Login Kit comes standard with login-authentication software, enabling client-side authentication and eliminating the need to use an authentication server, which had been required up until now.
Authenticating the actual user of the computer is another matter, although session-specific cookies generated by a unique login would tend to point to a single user.
9 million logins from 325,000 active mobile banking users.