Definitions for "Anonymous"
Nameless; of unknown name; also, of unknown or unavowed authorship; as, an anonymous benefactor; an anonymous pamphlet or letter.
Having an unknown, withheld or unacknowledged name.
With no traceability; unable to ascertain the actual identity of the claimed identity; very likely to imply naming that is intentionally opaque. Also, without authentication.
Keywords:  login, ftp, password, guest, archive
ftp An access method whereby users without accounts can copy software put in predesignated places. Anonymous ftp is one of the principle methods for obtaining public domain UNIX software. Our system uses many pieces of software obtained via anonymous ftp. In addition, we support anonymous ftp for external access of material on our systems, that is, we are an archive site (see below).
Where you are allowed to log onto a site or server as a guest, usually with limited access, and download files. Anywhere that a User ID and/or password is required will not be accessible, such as a members area.
Appears as a certain mode to Login to a FTP Server (Anonymous Login).To anonymously log into a FTP Server you do neither have to have a user-id nor a password.
Untracable directly, or without sufficiently great difficulty, to a specific entity. "Sufficient difficulty" depends on the risk. It may also be constrained by political or psychological factors.
not known or lacking marked individuality; "brown anonymous houses"; "anonymous bureaucrats in the Civil Service"
Keywords:  truly, don't, still, own, account
Not truly anonymous - you can still be "found out" - but it means you don't have to have your own account.
lacking identification; identifiers or other information that could identify the individual are removed.
no identifying information is collected
no information that identifies a person is used. An anonymous HIV test, for example, is one where a person does not give his or her name or social security number.
Keywords:  never, goes, thread
a thread that just never goes away. Ever.
Keywords:  doesn't, session, context, user, secret
Generally, used for something which doesn't have the usual associated object. For example an anonymous address space is not interested in user address space (that is, no process context). Some common ones are
session is described as anonymous if no user DN or secret is supplied when initiating the session (sending the bind).
Keywords:  assets