A word to be given before a person is allowed to pass; a watchword; a countersign.
A word, chosen by a user, to access a secured Web site or service.
A secret combination of characters used to access EIS that are used in conjunction with a user's login ID
A special code that only you know which the BBS asks for each time you logon. Passwords should be changed frequently and should be something you can remember but that others won't guess.
Used to log on to the Intranet. It is one method in maintaining confidentiality of the information.
An alphanumeric code or special word that verifies your identity and lets you access protected places. Secure areas could be files, Web sites, an ISP, and e-mail account settings over the Internet. Your password, along with your user name, uniquely identifies you and keeps unauthorized users from accessing your private information.
A value which must be quoted to gain access to a resource. Passwords are the simplest and least secure form of access control.
A secret series of characters that you will need along with your username to access computing facilities at the University of Kent.
(2005-01-12) Chris Limb A series of characters known only to one user enabling them to access their account on a computer system. A password can also be used to restrict access to a file.
A private code required to gain access to a computer, an application program, or service.
A 5- to 8-position character code assigned by the user allowing access to ACS.
A unique code known only to the user. Both the password and the User ID must be used to gain access to ACES. See: ACES User Manual
a sequence of alphanumeric characters that, when coupled with a userid provides controlled access to a computer account. It may be either chosen by a user, assigned by a systems administrator,or generated by a key distribution program. Along with a valid login ID, this constitutes the two parts of the authentication process on most systems. See also authorization. WWWebfx Home Page
Your password is the key to your account. It should be tricky to guess -- both for a person and for a computer. It must be at least six characters long, and cannot contain dictionary words. For more information about your Panix password, and how to make and keep it secure, just look at our Password Maintenance web page, or ask us for a copy of the document by email or fax.
A safeguard for access to a computer or computer program.
a security device consisting of a string of characters known only to the user and the system. The user must supply this string when prompted to gain access to the system.
A series of alpha and numeric characters used for authentication of user access to a program, file or directory. This is case sensitive and must be unique. CCBill keeps this information confidential.
A word assigned by a user using the passwd command that prevents other people from using a given username. A password must be at least 6 characters long.
A code used to restrict access to database and other sources of computerized information. With the explosion of the Internet, passwords are becoming the security measure of choice to guard against unauthorized access to protected areas. Unfortunately, the same reasons that make passwords a popular security measure — easy distribution and administration — also make them undependable. Other procedures, such as certification processes used in combination with passwords, provide better security for critical interactions.
A secret combination of letters and/or numbers used to guarantee private access to an on-line account.
In our old system, your password was the same as your sales order number and is required in order to migrate your account. Our new system now enables you to select your own password.
A "secret" list of letters, numbers and some other symbols like "!" needed to get access to various things such as a computer account.
Password can be between 6 and 15 characters and is case sensitive, example NewVendor11 close window
Required code permitting an individual estimate preparer's entry into protected parts of a program.
(n.) A predetermined string of characters that you type to obtain permission to use a computer system or certain files.
Secret code word used for access. Used in computer and telephone systems, computer programs.
Next security check after the login ID, the password is used a verification of the user logging in.
An identifying word or code that consumers may set up with the phone company and other service providers that allows only authorized individuals access to information concerning an account. Unprotected accounts are frequent targets by the debt collection community in order to obtain additional information about a consumer.
A code used to gain access to a locked system. Good passwords contain letters and non-letters and are not simple combinations. See also: Login
Four to Six character identifier that allows an IAR agent to perform PIN Management or to submit the Sales Report
A secret word that gives you, but no one else, access to your data or to messages sent to you through an information service.
is the code you use to access your email account and AFS space. You should make it a nonsense combination of letters and numbers. Avoid names and common words and particularly dates (birthday, anniversary and such). Change your password on a regular basis. You can change your password through the pilot menu. If you use a Mac to access AFS, your password needs to be 8 or less digits.
code which authorises access to protected networks, systems or files. can be numerical
A unique word that a user types to log on to a system. Passwords should not be obvious and should be changed frequently.
A series of characters that enables a user to access specific files, computers, or programs. The password helps ensure that unauthorized users do not access the computer. Within Athens, a password together with a username (and the host address depending on the type of account) ensure that unauthorized users do not access the online services.
The unknown words taped to your terminal.
The string of characters entered by a user to verify his or her identity to the network. The system compares the code against a stored list of authorized passwords and users. If the code is legitimate, the system allows the user access at whatever security level has been approved for the owner of the password. Ideally a password is a combination of text, numbers, and punctuation or other characters that cannot be guessed at or easily cracked by intruders.
Originally assigned by ASK, you must change this password the first time you visit the secured area and every 90 days following. The password you create must be between five and eight characters and is case sensitive. In other words JOHNSMITH is not the same as johnsmith.
The code which allows a specific user to gain access to a computer system.
A code used to gain access to a locked system. Good passwords contain letters and non-letters and are not simple combinations such as 1derful. A good password goes a long way in protecting your privacy.
In electronic filing, an eight-character code having at least one number (0 to 9) and at least one special character (such as @, #, or *). In conjunction with the CENTRAL INDEX KEY (CIK), the PW identifies an entity making an electronic submission. Unlike the CIK, the PW is a confidential code.
Your password is used for security reasons to confirm the correct username is being used to gain entry to our system.
A protected or private string of characters used to authenticate an identity.
n. For computer or network security, a specific string of characters entered by a user and authenticated by the system in determining the user's privileges, if any, to access and manipulate the data and operations of the system.
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A secret code that you utilize along with your user ID in order to log on to a network.
A password is a string of characters used for authenticating a user on a ...
A secret string of characters used by a registered user of Terrascend to log into the service utilizing their user ID. Terrascend passwords must only contain letters or numbers and must be between 6 and 16 characters in length.
A secret word or phrase used to identify a user who is permitted to have access to gain information.
a secret code used to validate user's identity
A string of characters that is inputted when logging in to a computer, network, or specific application. Password is case sensitive and it can consist of letters, numbers, and symbols.
A series of ASCII characters used to provide a security clearance code for certain computer software and various network operations.
An individually set code that must be entered in order to access a customer's account from the TradeSports website. A customer's password should never be disclosed to anyone, including TradeSports staff, as all activity undertaken on the account is the responsibility of the customer.
A secret code made of words, numbers or both which combines with your username to give you access to your e-mail account.
A code used to gain access to a Web site, program, or computer system.
a group of letters and/or numbers which allow a unique user access to a secured Web site and/or a secure area of a Web site.
In logging on to an online database or computer file, the user is often required to provide a word or sequence of characters to identify himself (or herself) as a person authorized to access the desired resource(s). A password must be renewed or changed periodically for security reasons, in contrast to the username which remains constant.
Your Password is required to login to the site. You can change your Password from My Account once you are logged in. If you forget your Password, use the "Forget Password?" link to retrieve it.
A group of characters known only to the user and the data processing manager, used when logging in to ensure that only authorised personnel gain access to the network.
A word or phrase known only to the user. When entered, it permits the user to gain access to the system.
A word or string of characters that is recognizable by the system and that permits a user access to protected storage, files, or input orr output devices.
Confidential Authentication information,usually composed of a string of characters. source: ITU-T X.800 domain: Security usage
a data string used to verify a user's identity
A password that you use on the Internet works in a similar way to a password you may use in real life. For example, you may have a password for your video/DVD store, or bicycle chain lock to protect your belongings from theft or damage. When using a computer you may need to enter your password to open it. On the Internet, you usually have an email account password. Such passwords protect your computer from misuse, as well as protect your privacy. A password can consist of a secret word, set of numbers, set of characters, set of letters, or a combination of these that only you know. Your password should never be given to anyone other than your parents or guardian. You should get into the habit of password protecting all blogs and websites you may create. This will ensure that only people you authorise can access the site.
A protected word, phrase, or string of symbols used to authenticate a user's identity to a system or network. Guidance Note: One-time pass codes are valid only for a single authentication of a user to a system; reusable passwords are valid for repeated authentication of a user to a system.
A password is a common security measure and is generally a string of letters, numbers and symbols used by individuals to access protected computers or computing systems.
A personal code you use to access your computer account and keep it private.
A secret word or phrase used to identify oneself whom is permitted to enter a place or have access to gain information.
(ISO) A character string that enables a user to have full or limited access to a system or to a set of data.
A user defined text/number string that enables access to an otherwise private account, such as your ISP or piece of software.
A secret word that allows you to access your Info Center account. If you forget your password, please contact support.wamnet.com.
A string of characters that allow users access to an ISP or a protected webpage.
A word or phrase known only by the user to log in to a web site.
Your secret code. You choose your own password on step 3 of the registration process. The safest and most secure passwords are ones that have letters, numbers, symbols, and small and capital letters. For example, "tRee&3".
a secret word used to gain access to particular computer files.
This is the word you choose to use in conjunction with your username when you want to access your account at BT.com. It is unique to you and you shouldn't let anyone else know what it is. If you forget your password, we can issue you with a new one. Click here to answer the security question you chose when you signed up, eg, Mother's maiden name. Once you've answered it correctly, we'll send a temporary password to the email address in Your profile. You will then need to change this password when you next log in. If you're still having problems, you can call us on Freefone 0800 328 9642.
A secret data value, usually a character string, that is presented as part of an authentication process to verify an identity. Passwords are the most common type of computer system authentication mechanism used today, but they are a weak mechanism compared to a cryptographically-based mechanism such as a digital certificate.
Code word to enable a connection with server or database, which ensures users security and confidentiality. [Note: At UCSC the password should not be changed at your workstation. If you need to change your password, contact the Data Warehouse Manager, Steve Mickelsen, and request that he make the change for you. This is necessary in order to maintain consistency between the BusinessObjects security and our university database security which is Oracle-based.
Confidential authentication information usually composed of a string of characters used to provide access to a computer resource.
a word needed to have access to a secure elaborate system.
Password is used to identify member when login. For security reason, the minimum length of a password can't be less than 5 characters. Also, Tamado don't keep the original password, instead, the securely encoded version is kept. This can avoid someone, who happens to glance Tamado's database, to steal members' passwords. That is why as you forget your password, Tamado will generate a new one for you rather than the original one (because we don't have it!). You can change the password in your control center.
A sequence of characters of safety that is requested before the access to a system, or it leaves of him, and that it should be checked. Choose their passwords carefully, avoiding family names or words as password, password or it leaves of the own name. You would be frightened with the amount of people that you/they don't take this piece of advice.
A series of case-sensitive alpha and numeric characters used for authentication of user access to a program, file or directory that is kept confidential by CCBill
A secret set of characters that you type after entering your UserID to log into a network or system. Like the PIN number for your bank debit card, your password guarantees that only you can access your account.
A security measure that is used to restrict access to a computer and its resources, and it restricts logon names to user accounts. Passwords can be made up of letters, numbers,and symbols, and are case sensitive. When a user enters a password, the computer system displays the characters as asterisks.
A secret code used by a person to access their computer account, and a form input element. The PASSWORD attribute works like a text entry field, except all characters entered are displayed as asterisks (*).
A unique string of characters used to identify a specific user. A code in LXE equipment that allows the user access to the different parameters or options.
Similar to a password in real life. It is a secret word, set of numbers, set of letters, or a combination of letters and numbers that only you know. Together with your user or log-in name, your password allows you to enter some Web sites. Your password should never be shared with anyone other than your parents. You should even keep your password a secret from your best friend. Remember to choose a password that isn't easy to guess.
An encrypted sequence of characters used by HP-UX to identify an authorized user and to permit authorized login on a system.
A unique string of characters that must be provided before a logon or an access is authorized. A password is a security measure used to restrict logons to user accounts and access to computer systems and resources. A password for a user account can be up to 14 characters, and is case-sensitive. See also Account policy.
A security measure used to restrict logons to user accounts and access to computer systems and resources. A password is a unique string of characters that must be provided before a logon or an access is authorized. The password, together with the username, establishes the user's identity on the local area network. See also logon password.
Secret code to identify a user when logging onto a system.
In order to gain access to the EasyOrder, you must have an identification number, order number and password for the current Fair. As an exhibitor or co-exhibitor, this information is sent to you ahead of time. This information is valid only for the current Fair. A distinction should be made between "primary password" and "customer password". For your initial entry into the system, you receive a "primary password". This takes you to the "EasyOrder Terms and Conditions of Use" page, where you must accept these to initialise the system for ordering. The main customer can enter the names of additional customers via the "Customer Data" page, assigning an inlayeridual password to each. In addition, existing customers can be blocked. Each customer can change his own password. The main customer can also change the passwords of inlayeridual users. This can be helpful if a customer has forgotten his or her password.
A secret code that can be used by an Internet user to perform specific activities - such as connecting to the Internet , accessing a web site that is only for members, etc.
A group of characters known only to you that must be entered as part of logging in to a network; also called "key." The password guarantees that only you can access your account.
A password is a string of characters used to obtain access to an Empower-protected volume in the same way a key or a combination is used to open a lock. Empower requires just one password per user, eliminating the need to remember a different password for each file and folder. Because a user password is only known to the user and the Empower software, it identifies the user. The administrator assigns a password to each user when the user is defined, but can allow the user to change it. Empower stores passwords in a scrambled form so they cannot be read; if the user does not tell anyone their password, not even the administrator can find out what it is.
A code used to gain access to a secured system.
A code used to gain access to a server, website or such. Good passwords contain letters and non-letters and are not simple combinations. In general, passwords should be at least 6 characters, be changed every 6 months, and not be a word found in the dictionary. You may also want to exclude characters used in coding from your password, such as @, ', ", or *. A good way to create a unique password is to use the first letters of an easily-remembered sentence. For example, the sentence "Why can't I remember my password today" could become "ycirmp2d" or such, using "Y" for "Why" and "2day" for "today". Using this system makes it easier to create a password you can recall but one that would be difficult to guess.
A text string used for gaining access to a service such e-mail, FTP, or a web application.
word, code or set of characters used to identify a user and permit access to a computer system (Keenan, p.112)
A unique series of keyboard characters that a caller selects to gain access to a BBS. It should be kept confidential to prevent others from logging-on and using your name. The first time you call a BBS, it may look as if you need a password to gain access. Just enter any password you choose.
Alphanumeric code needed to access secure information.
In computer and network security, a specific string of characters entered by a user and authenticated by the system, which allows the user to gain access to the system and to the information stored within it.
A word or sequence of characters that uniquely identifies you. A password is typically associated with your user name. The combination of your user name and password is used to verify that you are who you say you are, and that you are authorized to use certain systems or resources on the Internet. Typically, when you login to a computer, you must specify your user name and password.
The secret word you use when signing in to the Internet or an online service that helps to confirm your identity.
The second item of identification required when you log on to a site. Any site asking you to register personal details should be operating a secure system that requires a user name and password. You are asked to sign in with your user name, which may be displayed for other surfers to see, and a password, which is entirely private.
Your password is the same as your sales order number. For example, if your SO number was “12345”, when attempting to login, you would enter “12345” in the password field.
A password is a special code that is required to gain access to a program, Web site, or other computer resource. It is designed to restrict information to certain people. With BellSouth.net, for instance, you have a password that you must enter to log on to the service or retrieve your e-mail. This password prohibits people from accessing resources or information that are not open to them. When you assign passwords, remember to use a combination of letters and numbers for the greatest protection. One rule of thumb is to never use a simple English word that can be found in the dictionary.
Password can be between 6 and 15 characters and is case sensitive, example Secret11 Back
A word or series of characters that allows users access to restricted files, programs or a computer. You need a password to log on to Inter.net.
A unique, confidential code assigned to EDGAR participants that must be used in conjunction with the CIK number. You must enter these two codes correctly to access EDGAR. You must use the Form ID to apply for a password.
A code selected and maintained by the User. The User is prompted to enter their password when interfacing with the Internet. Passwords help ensure a systemâ€(tm)s ability to maintain security measures.
A code that identifies a user when the user signs on.
A unique alphanumeric identifier known only by the user of an information system, used to authenticate that user.
an alphanumeric code issued to any user when the Primary Client is initially established on Business Banking Online. After initial log on able to be determined by each user.
A code (often a mixture of letters and words) used to get into something on a computer system. If you are given a password, do not leave copies of it lying around and don't share it with other people
The eight character code that is used to sign on to sage. This is a randomly assigned code that consists of alpha and numeric characters. Passwords are case sensitive.
Letters or numbers known only to you for purpose of securing your web/email connections.
a group of characters that is used to access something, such as checking e-mail. A password is usually between 3 and 10 characters in length.
A combination of letters and/or numbers that only you know; it is an optional element of your login account. If you specify a password for your account, you must type it after you type your login name before the system lets you access files and directories.
A secret combination of characters used to gain access to a computer, computer network, or other resource.
Computer generated sequence uniquely assigned to you to access CSU online services. Must be changed at least every 60 days
A string of characters, kept as a secret by a computer user, that allows access to a computer system.
A series of characters needed to gain access to a computer, file, directory, or network.
A unique set of characters that protects a network or device from unauthorised access to files or services.
Codeword unique to each DDD manual originator, which allows access to the EasyLink system, consists of 1-8 alpha and / or numeric characters.
Secret code of letters and numbers needed to gain access to a time-sharing computer or FTP system, or to protect Web pages.
A unique, user-defined string of characters that validate the user's system identity. The user must enter the password to become authenticated.
A unique identifier needed to visit the Restricted Access portions of this site.
a data string used to verify the identity of a user
Sequence of characters that gives access to a system.
A secret word or phrase that is associated with your user name and confirms your identity. If you subscribe to an online service, such as CompuServe, you will have a public user name and number and a secret password that only you know. Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) One of the many authentication methods that can be used when connecting to an ISP. PAP allows you to login automatically, without having to use a terminal window to type in your username and password. One warning about PAP: passwords are sent over the connection in text format, which means there is no protection if someone is "listening-in" on your connection.
A secret code assigned to a user, known by the computer system. Knowledge (and entry) of the user ID and password is often used to authorize that user to access system resources
the secret code you use to prove you are a specific user. You should try to use complex passwords containing mixed case and numbers, and you should never use dictionary words or peopleâ€™s names as passwords. You should try to use different passwords on each server so that if one server or password is compromised all your other accounts will remain secure. Be especially careful with financial passwords (such as with your bank). You should never tell anyone your password, especially anyone who should not need it like anyone claiming to be your ISP.
A secret sequence known to a user to confirm their identity to a system being accessed.
A secret word that allows entry; for example, a commercial online service or Web page may require a password for access.
A password is a series of characters that is used to access a program, computer or files. Passwords are more secure if they use a sequence of numbers and letters that are not easily guess able to the individual, also the longer the password is the harder it would be to guess. Password fields are often case sensitive.
Code to keep information private.
Passwords are issued with account codes. They are required to log into computers at the GAT Labs, access email and to gain access to off campus Internet sites. You can change your password.
A sequence of characters that you must enter to gain access to a file, application, or computer system. Users must enter a password in a Web form to access Gateway reports, admin, and customization functions. We recommend that users change their password frequently and do not share it with anyone to prevent unauthorized access to their Gateway accounts.
Protected/private character string used to authenticate an identity or to authorize access to data.
a string of letters and digits selected for its obscurity and designed to protect user IDs, software or files from unauthorized access
A unique code that is provided to access protected computer programs. Registered distance learning students will receive a password from the college or Instructor. This information need not be shared with others.
a private character string used to authenticate a user. Password attacks are attempts to obtain a password, using password dictionaries to guess a password, sniffers to capture passwords from network traffic or other communications, and cracking programs.
A secret string which is known only to the user and the system which the use can enter to prove their identity and thus authenticate themselves to the system.
A secret word or phrase paired with a login name to enable controlled access to a system.
Combination of characters associated with a user name that allows access to certain computer resources. 8.16, 12.8- 10 cookies and, 12.29 Payments, e-retailer and, 10.20-22
Many encryption programs accept a password from the user. This makes password selection very important. A strong encryption algorithm is considerably weakend by a poor choice in passwords.
A secret word that enables users access to sites linked to Strategis, Industry Canada.
A security code that helps to protect sensitive information from unauthorized access. Passwords may be "weak" or "strong". Weak passwords use common words and are easily guessed. A strong password combines numbers, letters and special characters and tends to be long. The longer a password is, the stronger it is.
A password is a sequence of characters used to confirm the identity of a particular user, thereby preventing others from using that person's e-learning account.
A secret code that allows a user to access a restricted area.
A group of characters (usually combinations of letters, numbers and special characters) that enables a user to access a protected area, computer, informational resources, or services.
A word or code that only certain people (or a certain person) knows. It protects against unauthorized access to something. A registered user of a web site might have a password that protects their personal information on that web site.
A code you use to log in and authenticate you to a computer.
a sequence of characters (normally letters and digits) which correspond to a username and which are meant to be kept secret by the user to ensure that only that user can login using the username and password combination.
A group of characters assigned to a Staffware User by the System Administrator and used to sign off some Forms.
A secret word known only to the computer user and computer system. The entry of this secret word assures the computer system that the proper user is attempting entry.
A string of characters chosen by a user (or system administrator) and used to authenticate the user when attempting to login. Passwords are necessary to help prevent unauthorized access to user accounts.
For first time users, your Zip Code has been designated as your password. Your password can be changed at any time. The password may contain both letters as well as numbers and must be at least 7 characters long.
An easily remembered but hard to guess string of letters and numbers which you have to supply in order to use a protected resource such as a computer system. In practice this offers only basic security by itself.
A password is a secret pass which is used to gain access to an account, site, and various other resources and devices.
A secret word or code used to serve as a security measure against unauthorized access to data. However, the computer can only verify the legitimacy of the password, not the legitimacy of the user.
A secret set of characters that a user creates to limit or prohibit another user's access to a program or part thereof; in Access, for example, a user name password can range from 1 to 20 characters, can include letters, characters, numbers, spaces, and/or symbols, can use ASCII control characters, and is case sensitive.
a personal code that you use to access any account you have with your ISP or any online service of which you are a member. Refer to our article on Passwords which sets out tips on choosing an appropriate password.
A number or character that is used to identify yourself. This should be very unique in order to ensure privacy. We also suggest that your password be changed frequently.
A password is a sequence of characters used to determine that a computer user requesting access to a computer system has the appropriate authority.
A secret series of characters that enables a user to access a file, computer, or program. On multi-user systems, each user must enter his or her password before the computer will respond to commands. The password helps ensure that unauthorized users do not access the computer. In addition, data files and programs may require a password.
This is a secret set of numbers, letters or both used to limit access to computers, files or websites to authorized people.
A secret combination of letters and symbols needed to access a system or service
The alphanumeric code chosen by each individual user when first accessing Bankline. It is required to enable you to access the service.
is a secret word or combination of words or letters that is used to secure something. Passwords are used in conjunction with user logins to multi-user operating systems, web sites, FTP sites, and so forth. Passwords should be hard-to-guess phrases or alphanumeric combinations, and should never be based on common dictionary words. Passwords ensure that other people cannot log into a computer or site with your account.
A confidential text string assigned to each user in Purveyor’s user database. Users must enter this password in order to verify their identity when attempting to open restricted files on the data directory.
A code used to gain access to a locked system. Good passwords contain letters and non-letters and are not simple combinations such as virtue7. A good password might be: Hot-6
A string of letters and/or numbers that allow access to otherwise blocked programs or files.
A combination of characters that verifies your identity to the computer.
Your password, used in conjunction with an account name, that is needed to gain access to a control panel or website.
A phrase known only to you for the (supposedly) secure access of files or functionality on a computer.
A word or code that protects against unauthorised access to data. The word or code is entered in order to access the data. See also Top Ten e-Security Tips
A confidential set of characters which restricts access to a document, program, or computer system.
A text string to enter before using a computer or connecting to the Internet.
A sequence of characters required to gain access to a computer system. Usually used in conjunction with an authorization number. See also authorization number , default system, default holding library code.
A code, known only to the user to whom it belongs, to gain access to a locked system. A good password should contain both letters and nonletters, and should not be easy to guess either based on information about the User or because it is a short, simple combination.
This is the password you'll need to access the administration section for your message board. It must be from 5-8 characters.
unique combination of eight (8) letters and numbers that must be entered to gain access to BSO.
A code that must be entered in order to gain access to a locked system.
Your "password" is the secret word that will let you and only you into your ISP account, your e-mail, a subscription-based Web site, or anything else people want to restrict access to. Passwords are usually paired with a username that identifies you on the system.
Secret code needed to gain access to a time-sharing computer or FTP service, or to protect Web pages. See FTP.
Secret combinations of characters that are required for security purposes to log into (or access) a computer or computer file.
a special word (or combination of letters and numbers) that acts like a key to let you into a website
A code used to insure the security and privacy of your account. Each Username has a password associated with it. Some rules apply to the form of a password. Currently, here at WcNet, a password must be 6 letters long and contain at least two of several classes of characters; upper case, lower case, numbers, or punctuation marks. A good password is a string of nonsense letters that have no meaning on thier own but is easy for you to remember. The first letter of a long movie title, or book. See Also: Login
A code used to gain access to a computer system. Good passwords contain the combination of letters and numbers and should not contain any personal information such as a maiden name, birthday, or other easily guessable combinations. See Also: Login
Whatever else you’re doing with your computer that needs a password, AristoCAT® Systems have their own password which you can require for certain kinds of access such as editing the database. You have been supplied with the password “password”, which you may change with Customize. An AristoCAT® password may be anything or nothing; there are no restrictions at all, except that leading and trailing spaces are trimmed.
Secret code that you must enter after your user ID ( login name) in order to log on to a computer.
A sequence of characters that one must input to gain access to a file, application, or computer system. Source: Dictionary.com
A password is a secure method of keeping your domain name details private. A password will maintain the security of your account. It will ensure that no unauthorized parties can access your domain name information. Also See Username
A code used to gain access to a locked system or application.
a personal code that is used to access the consumerís account with the ISP.
Your I.D. that says you are authorized to be on the highway. ( your drivers licence)
A secret term that helps protect access to a user's account; can contain a combination of uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, and punctuation
a string of characters that a user must supply to meet security requirements before gaining access to a particular computing resource
A secret word or phrase that you use to check your email, log into clubs, or check out sites for members only. You shouldn't share your password with anyone.
A word for logging in as a user to a network or server. A password should be kept secret as it is similar to the personal number of a bank card. A password should be changed from time to time to ensure safety.
A password is the electronic version of a key. When you enter your username, to log on to email for example, you will usually also have to enter your password. This password protection prevents other people from accessing your email or running up online charges on your account.
The element of "login:password" pair which uniquely identifies you in our system. Each login corresponds to a password. This is secret information, you need to keep it out of reach of other people, otherwise somebody can use your account (perhaps in harmful intentions).
the secret word or sequence of characters used to control access to an account; only those who know the password on a specific account can access that account or its files (also called keyword)
Network security feature. Supervisors of NetWare networks have the option of requiring users to use a password when they log in in to the network. If password is required, all users must have unique passwords. Passwords in the NetWare network operating system (NOS) are encrypted; that is, they are stored on the server in a format only the server can decode.
The string of characters you are prompted for after you type your login name when you are logging in. Your password is the key that lets you into the UNIX system; you should choose it wisely, keep it secret, and change it regularly. Use the passwd command to change your password.
A string of characters that must be supplied at login. Passwords provide security from unathorized access.
For security reasons this is your personal code used to access your Conference Connections account information on Verizon's web site. When accessing your account information you will be asked for your password. Please contact us at 1-888-561-9405 to find out your initial password, then enter the website to change your password. Close window
In computer systems this is a series of characters that are entered secretly (they are not displayed) in order to prove the identity of a specific user. Passwords are important because they are often used in cryptographic systems as a key that gives access to private keys. As a result, a password should never be shown or given to anyone else, even if they seem to have a reason to need the password. Passwords are normally chosen by the user, and there may be rules about how passwords are chosen. These may include specification about the use of letters, numbers, 'special' characters such as ()+= and so on. They may also forbid re-use within a particular timeframe. Generally passwords are recommended to be longer than six characters, should not be common words or readily identifiable to their user, should contain special characters and should not contain repeating or consecutive characters.
The secure code that is used in combination with a user id to gain access to a UNIX system.
Coded message needed to access certain computerized information.
Your personal password. This can be of any length and made up of any characters. You are advised to make it at least six characters long and to choose something unrelated to your business. For example "pen111" or "dancepie", etc. Try to remember your password but if you forget it, you can ask us to email it to you.
A unique string of characters that must be provided before logon or access to a resource or service is authorized. Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) A security protocol that uses a two-way handshake for the peer to establish its identity.
A, hopefully, secret code when a users types to gain access to a private resource. This is exactly like your PIN for your ATM card.
A secret sequence of characters that you must type along with your user name when logging in. It can consist of three or more letters, numbers, symbols, and spaces.
A secret character string used to authenticate the claimed identity of an individual.
Set of characters that allow access into a reserved area of a network or site, such as your control panel on Register.it. Generally, it is associated to a User ID and is case-sensitive, which means that it distinguishes between capital and small-case letters.
an encoded set of alpha-numeric characters required to enable a user to access a file, computer or program.
A password is a secret code of letters and numbers which is used to control access to a computer system. On a multi-user system, each username is associated with its own password, controlling access for that user.
String of characters known only to the user and the system. The user must supply this string when prompted to gain access to the system. See also: login.
A sequence of characters required to access a computer system. A password can be letters, numbers, other characters, or a combination of all three. Some passwords are case-sensitive.
A private and unique series of numbers or letters which enable a user to gain access to a system or service. A passphrase is a longer password.
Standard computer procedure for restricting access to files or functions. A user is required to repeat a (preset) combination of letters or numbers in order to be allowed to enter a restricted software 'area'.
Enter the password that corresponds to the Server Address and User Name into this box.
Also Known As: passcode; online password; 4 digit password; account passcode Definition: A unique alpha or numeric string used to log into the My Account section of our website, an Internet service or email.
A password is a secret word, or combination of characters, which are used in conjunction with a username in order to gain access a computer or services. This should never be given to anyone else, even if requested.
Some viruses are capable of password-protecting infected documents in order to make the documents inaccessible. These passwords might be a text string or even a number generated at random.
A sequence of characters which allows users access to a system. Although they are supposed to be unique, experience has shown that most people?s choices are highly insecure. Humans tend to choose short words such as names, which are easy to guess.
A private, unique series of letters and/or numbers that you create and must use to gain access to a Web site or the Internet, specific data available online, or to make modifications to restricted-access software (e.g. parental control software).
A code necessary to gain access to a locked system. Good passwords use a combination of small and capital letters in conjunction with non-letters. They are not simple combinations such as virture7. An example of a good password might be: Hot$1-6.
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A secret code, known only to the user, that allows the user to access a computer that is protected by a security system. Used with a user name, passwords are needed most often for accessing computers through Telnet. See Chapter 7.
Your password is a secret code which this website will use to ensure that you are who you claim to be when you sign in. You should not disclose your password to other people.
A secret alphabetic, numeric, or alphanumeric code when combined with a user name allows a user access to the site as a buyer, seller, or mill.
A sequence of characters paired with a user name that assures only the user with that password can log on with the particular user name associated with it.
A security measure used to restrict access to computer systems and sensitive files. A password is a unique string of characters that a user types in as an identification code. The system compares the code against a stored list of authorized passwords and users. If the code is legitimate, the system allows the user access, at whatever security level has been approved for the owner of the password.
A code used to gain access to a locked system. Good passwords contain random combinations of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols. See also login.
password is a secret string of characters known only to the owner of a list. By correctly including the password in mail sent to the majordomo server, the owner can accomplish administrative work without letting anyone else make unauthorized changes. The owner of a list may change the password by issuing a passwd command. See the Managing your Majordomo List page for more information.
Between 6 and 12 characters and a mixture of letters and numbers. This piece of information is required to access Internet Banking.
A sequence of characters that users type to prove their identity to the system.
A secret series of characters that when combined with the username, enables a user to access their Epson PhotoCenter albums in owner mode.
A password is a secret name that you and only you know. After you enter your name you are asked to enter your secret name, that way no one can get onto a network and pretend to be you.
A password is a group of characters (letters, numbers, keyboard-generated symbols) used to determine that a computer user requesting access to a computer system is really that particular user. It accompanies a unique name, usually known as a user ID. Together they work to insure that only authorized users can access particular computer or network accounts.
A string encoded with information about a software vendor (vendor password) or about a software product (license password).
A secret code made up of letters, numbers and /or symbols necessary to enter a computer system or site as an authorized user (e.g. your password to enter Yahoo Groups or Yahoo Mail).
A string of characters entered by a user to verify his or her identity to a network or to a local computer.
a secret sequence of letters and numbers that will enable users to log on to a computer and prevent unauthorized use. Passwords may be established by a system administrator or by the individual user.
A set of characters known only to the user and which enable him/her to maintain restricted access to his/her data.
"What's the Password?" This is the "secret" name that you use to login to your computer system, the Internet, or programs. Never give this secret word to anyone
A string of letters and numbers given to you when you registered with Proquote which is used to prevent unauthorised access to your information.
A secret combination of letters and/or numbers needed to login to a computer system.
A password is a string of letters, numbers and other keyboard characters chosen by the ICF Holdings customer when creating a Holding. A Password must contain at least 8 alphanumeric characters, though longer passwords are recommended to yield additional security. Your Password is the security device that protects your Holding from unauthorised use. Do not disclose your Password to anyone, and take great care to keep it confidential. For more information about your Password, see the User Agreement and the Security FAQ.
A secret series of characters that provide a particular registered user with access to network functionality.
A unique, user-defined string of characters validating the user's system identity. The user must correctly enter the password in order to be authenticated.
A protected word or string of characters which serves as authentication of a person's identity (personal password), or which may be used to grant or deny access to private or shared data (access password).
A unique phrase with at least six letters and one number, which you create and is required every time you log onto TBN data entry, unless you use the â€œRemember Meâ€ option. Your password will always remain the same, year to year, unless you change it.
A secret word or series of letters and numbers that one must use to gain access to an online service, the Internet, or to modify certain software such as parental controls.
A protected/private character string used to authenticate an identity.
This is your unique code to identify yourself to Guntopia.com. The password will allow you to login and gain access to your “My Guntopia” page. If you have forgotten your password, we can help, click here.
A combination of letters and/or numbers known only to you that is entered along with a user ID to authorize a connection from your computer to an FTP site's computer.
A private character string that is used to authenticate an identity.
A secret word which grants access to personalised services or resources. This is the electronic equivalent of a key.
How the network verifies the user access and logs activities.
A Password is normally a combination of letters and numbers which is entered, along with the Account Name, into a web page to gain access to a secure web site, such as an SSTN Desktop. Passwords are usually between six and eight characters long. The most secure type of password mixes upper and lowercase letters with numbers to form a random phrase.
A unique string of characters known to a computer system and to a user, who must specify it to gain access to a system and to the data stored within it.
Part of a user's identification to gain access to a computer system.
A member of Webstore, ie a Webstore user, needs a username and password to be able to log on. See Log On
You need a private password to access Planetarium, because this prevents other people seeing your solutions. It is not part of the puzzle. Passwords are case-sensitive, which means you can and should use a mix of UPPER and lower case letters (as well as numbers if you want) to make it hard to guess. Without your password, you cannot access Planetarium. We do not reissue passwords - if you forget yours, you'll have to start again.
A code used to gain access to a secure computer or system.
A code used to gain access, or login, to a locked system. Good passwords contain letters and non-letters and are not simple, easy to guess words such as "rover". A good password might be "big6A".
A security measure to prevent other people from accessing your account without your permission. Only someone who knows the correct username and password can administer your account.
A unique, eight-character, confidential code assigned to EDGAR participants that must be used in conjunction with the CIK number. The two codes must "match" to access EDGAR. Use the Form ID to apply for a password. The code is case-sensitive and must contain at least one numeric character and at least one special character (*, #, @, $). The password expires after one year.
The combination of letters, numbers and symbols required to access the control panel. This will have been emailed to you, upon first opening your 123-reg account.
A password authenticates that a person is who they say they are.
a code word or number (best if it is a combination of the two) that must be entered into a computer before the user can access a program or other data.
A string of characters that allows a user to access a computer system or online program. Usually must be combined with the user's name.
A secret string of characters used to gain access to anything that requires the password for access. Used to prevent unauthorized access to files, computer systems, or the information therein. Passwords do not appear on the screen when you type them
In secure communications, a string of characters that you use to protect access to your key ring. See also key ring.
A code used to gain access to select parts of a network.
A series of characters that enable a user to access a file, computer or program. Ideally, the password should be something that nobody could guess.
A security measure used to restrict access to computer systems and sensitive files. On the World Wide Web, passwords are strings of characters that allow site visitors access to Internet services, such as FTP, if the Internet service requires authentication. See also authentication.
e-Services general information A combination of letters and/or numbers which, when used with a User ID, verifies the identity of an enrolled taxpayer upon entry to an electronic file and pay system.
A sequence of characters required to login or otherwise gain access to a computer system. With respect to WebCT at Western Carolina University your password will be your Social Security Number with no dashes or spaces.
A password is the word or code used to authenticate a user on the Google Analytics administration or reporting system, or any other protected system. It is advisable to use passwords that are difficult to guess, such as those containing numbers or symbols.
A series of characters that enables someone to access a file, computer or program. Your Control Panel is password protected to prevent unauthorized users from changing your information. The password should be a combination of characters that would be difficult to guess.
A combination of letters and numbers a person chooses and then is required to use when logging in to a computer program or system.
A password is a secret word or series of characters that allows users to access their Oracle Calendar Agendas. If you don't know your Oracle Calendar password please contact your departmental Oracle Calendar rep.
A secret word or phrase that one uses to gain admittance or access to information.
A secret code used to keep things private.
A password is a word chosen by the user to be used when logging in to the system.
A code or word used to gain access to restricted data on a computer network. While passwords provide security against unauthorized users, the security system can only confirm that the password is legitimate, not whether the user is authorized to use the password. That's why it is important to safeguard passwords by: Never disclosing your password to anyone. Creating a password that consists of letters, numbers, and symbols. Changing your password frequently.
(Mot de passe) : Software security function preventing any access to the computer until this unique, predefined and secret password has been keyed in.
A Password is a secret string of characters and numbers which is only known to certain people. This allows control of access to things such as accounts on RuneScape. See here for more information. See also Account, RuneScape.
A protected word or string of characters that identifies or authenticates a user and permits access to the computer's resources when presented to the system.
A secret or set of characters that enables a user to access a file, computer, or program.
A name the user chooses to log on to a restricted Web site or portion of a Web site
A word or numbers or a combination or an access Code, which the customer has chosen, to allow them to use a phone or Internet banking service. It is also used for identification.
A unique secret code that allows you to login to the On-Line Photo Processing site and process your pictures. Don't share this password! Close Window
A text string that allows a user access to an Internet service, if the service requires it.
A string of characters used to gain access to a service or computer. It ensures security.
A distinctive combination of letters and numbers often used in combination with a user name or email address to identify individual users to a server.
Combination of letters that is necessary to gain access to computer networks.
A secret code used to access certain sites or a personal account.
A word, or set of characters that locks files, or systems.
A personal code that verifies you have the right to read incoming mail.
A sequence of characters or a word that an individual submits to a system for purposes of authentication, validation, or verification.
A Password is a secret code used to prove a user's identity.
a code word or action that permitted entrance to a room; some of the rooms at Hogwarts required a password: the common rooms, Dumbledore's office, the Chamber of Secrets, the kitchens, the Prefect's bathroom, and the Room of Requirement
A code used to gain access to a locked system. Good passwords contain letters and non-letters and are not simple combinations such as clue7. A good password would be: sTrong-9
A secret combination of characters that a user must enter to access a computer application or network.
A Password (or Pass Phrase) is used to gain access to a locked system. Good passwords are hard for other people (and computers) to guess. Good passwords are often 6 or more characters long, including numbers and punctuation characters. For example gUe$$! is a better password than GUESS.
Your password is a series of letters and numbers. It provides security and privacy for your personal records.
Required to access the Merchant Administration site. Passwords are case-sensitive and assigned by CyberSource.
User Administration - Privileges
A secret sequence of characters that's used to authenticate a user's identity, usually during a login process.
A code word of letters and/or numbers that allows a user to gain access to a secured system or piece of information.
The password is a string of characters that only you know. The password is used to stop other people masquerading as you. Sometimes the computer will check that not only have you typed the correct password in but that each letter is also in the correct case (upper or lower). To be effective a password needs to be a string of characters that no one else could guess. So your name, initials, initials in reverse order are not good passwords. Mixing case and adding characters other than letters of the alphabet will help. So something like AZ9%3cG would be quite secure, the only problem being that you have to be able to remember it.
A special "word" (series of characters) which are typed in to access a computer account or other secure facility. Rhonda decided the password "EriKis-10" was easy to remember though she made the capitalized and added a -10, making it a more secure password to use. Stan got a new account on his campus system, so he logged on to the network for the first time and immediately changed his log-in password to "UR-not-ME"
A secret combination of characters used to access a secured resource such as a computer, a program, a directory, or a file; often used in conjunction with a username. OIT requires the password used for accessing OSU network services to consist of both letters and numbers.
A secret code that, when combined with the correct userid, allows access to a computer or network.
Password is a secret code required for accessing a Username and is set up by the creator of the Username. A Password needs: Between eight and twenty characters To include both upper and lower case characters To include both alphabetic and numeric characters
A string (word or phrase) used for data security and known only to its owner. Passwords are entered in conjunction with an operating system login ID, Oracle username, or account name, in order to connect to an operating system or software application (such as the Oracle database). Whereas the username or ID is public, the secret password ensures that only the owner of the username can use that name, or access that data.
A password is an individual identifying code. You can protect information that you want to keep private or accessible only to you. Often, you are asked to create a password when you specify a username or when you register with a new site.
A secret code, usually a word, that gives access to a computer or network to the person knowing that code only to restrict unauthorised use.
(Registration) Denotes the password of the user. This is created during the registration process.
A code used to gain access to a locked system. Good passwords combine letters and non-letters and in unpredictable ways, such as: mr?5ws See login
A password is a code used to gain access to a locked system.
A password is a character set used to control access to computers systems and files. The use of strong passwords can be critical to securing computer systems as hackers and malware have been known use relatively effective password cracking methods to break through password-protected systems. Refer to the Safe Computing Guide (sorted by operating system) for tips on password security.
A character string used as a key to control access to files or encrypt them.
A secret series of characters that enables you to access the Web site. The password helps ensure that unauthorized users do not access the Web site. Ideally, the password should be something that nobody could guess.
A series of characters that a user must enter in order to access a protected file or application.
A unique word or string of characters that a program, computer operator, or user must supply to meet security requirements before gaining access to date
Password refers to a secret series of characters that enable a user to access a file, computer or program.
A security measure used to restrict logon names to user accounts and access to computer systems and resources. A password is a string of characters that must be provided before a logon name or an access is authorized. A password can be made up of letters, numbers, and symbols, and it is case sensitive. See also: user account
A protected and private character string used to authenticate an AIS user.
A value that is used for authentication.
A sequence of characters and/or numbers that allows a user access to an Internet service account, an informational Web site, a special-topic forum, and so on. Passwords are intended to provide security against unauthorized access.
An arbitrary string of characters chosen by a user or system administrator and used to authenticate the user when he attempts to log on in order to prevent unauthorized access to his account.
A series of characters that enables someone to access a file, computer or system. A password should be a combination of characters that would be difficult to guess, as we face more and more hackers and spies who wish to gain our personal data. You have been warned
A sequence of characters used to prevent unauthorized access to a computer or its files. It is entered along with its corresponding user ID, which are then compared against a list of authorized users before access is granted.
A sequence of characters required to log in or otherwise gain access to a computer system.
A secret combinations of letters and other symbols needed to login to a computer system.
A string of characters that a user must enter to gain access to a resource that is password-protected.
A short string of characters used to gain access to some secure resource. A password is used to answer an authentication challenge.
A secret code assigned to a user. Also known by the computer system. Knowledge of the password associated with the user ID is considered proof of authorization. (See One-Time Password.)
A password is a form of secret authentication data that is used to control access to a resource. The password is kept secret from those not allowed access, and those wishing to gain access are tested on whether or not they know the password and are granted or denied access accordingly.