log in vs login vs log on

log in login log on

Definitions

  • 1) computing To gain access to a computer system, usually by providing a previously agreed upon username and password.
  • 2) enter a computer
  • 3) (Computers) To establish communication with a host computer from a terminal or remote computer.

Definitions

  • 1) computing A combination of a user's identification and password used to enter a computer, program, network, etc.
  • 2) computing The process of logging in.
  • 3) The process of identifying oneself to a computer, usually by entering one's username and password.
  • 4) A username.

Examples

  • 1) Type your router model into any search engine to find its default address and login details.
  • 2) If they discovered that their login details had been compromised, they would be able to change them.
  • 3) Most calls were to ask for a computer login or where an important document is.
  • 4) The way these accounts were set up means there is one set of login details in the customer's name.
  • 5) The intruders gained access to the mill's control systems using emails that tricked staff into giving up their login details.

Examples

  • 1) Type your router model into any search engine to find its default address and login details.
  • 2) If they discovered that their login details had been compromised, they would be able to change them.
  • 3) Most calls were to ask for a computer login or where an important document is.
  • 4) The way these accounts were set up means there is one set of login details in the customer's name.
  • 5) The intruders gained access to the mill's control systems using emails that tricked staff into giving up their login details.
  • 6) SELECT password FROM MyTableNameHere WHERE login = @login and in a line in your code you use Parameters.
  • 7) $this - > _updated = true; else throw new Exception ( "Invalid server response"); public function setloginPassword ($login, $password) $this - > _login = $login;
  • 8) Alternate LastPass profile logins are handed with a simple drop-down list at the main login box.
  • 9) If your Google account username/Gmail login is jane. smith, you can also login as janesmith, or ja. ne.smith, or any combination you prefer.
  • 10) Once in, a remote user has the same rights as someone sitting at the keyboard, so the security of requiring a second login is worth the little bit of extra trouble.
  • 11) A login is required for personalisation and bookmarking, but you can play with the interface and suggestion engine without a login.
  • 12) ‘After booting, if the keyboard and display are connected, the usual Linux login prompt is displayed and a root login can be done.’
  • 13) ‘A number of offices have precisely this kind of setup for their Linux system - it serves as an e-mail or Internet gateway and allows no logins.’
  • 14) ‘Disable graphical logins and exit the currently running X server.’
  • 15) ‘The basic system involves a single login to a central server.’
  • 16) ‘Following a successful login, I was presented with the main Mason-CM index screen.’
  • 17) ‘Once the application has the result, it prints out a message to a message box to show if the login was successful.’
  • 18) ‘The final DEBUG statement records a successful logon to the network.’
  • 19) ‘After a restart or a new login, the sound configuration would be lost, resulting in no more sound.’
  • 20) ‘When enabled, the AutoComplete feature remembers frequently used form data on web pages, such as user logins and passwords.’
  • 21) ‘I used to use Internet Explorer's AutoComplete to remember my logins and passwords for me, until I got fed up losing all my important data every time the computer had to be restored or formatted.’
  • 22) ‘Convincing browsers that remember logins and passwords to disclose them is another possibility.’
  • 23) ‘Unfortunately for us, we find remembering unique logins and passwords difficult at best.’
  • 24) ‘On a laptop, don't save any logins or passwords, not even to your ISP or POP or SMTP accounts.’
  • 25) ‘They can be opened to guest users, which will obviate the need for logins and passwords.’
  • 26) ‘Record your login, password, and a dialup number convenient for your home location.’
  • 27) ‘In addition, we also wanted the passwords to be synchronized between Windows and Linux so users have common logins for both systems.’
  • 28) ‘As you type, criminal hackers could be recording your bank login and password information.’
  • 29) ‘The final set of questions asks you to choose an administrator login and password for security authentication.’
  • 30) ‘When I dial with Minicom, it appears that I connect, but then it asks for a login and password.’
  • 31) ‘Last week I posted a guest login and password to this blog and opened it up to random, anonymous drive-by bloggings.’
  • 32) ‘Policies for passwords, logins and private keys can all be improved.’
  • 33) ‘Sharing isn't permitted and the company has an incentive to go after login abuse because a shared login is a potential user lost.’
  • 34) ‘It does this via a keylogger which specifically collects user logins for online banks (the ones which do not use one-time passwords).’
  • 35) ‘Once your system is clean, it is recommended that logins and passwords be changed.’
  • 36) ‘MS points out that an attacker's login and password will be logged, so admins should be able to catch anyone trying this so long as they're using their own credentials.’
  • 37) ‘Best of all, since a single account grants you access to both the sportsbook and the casino, there's no hassle involving different logins and passwords - just click on the casino link and you're ready to go.’
  • 38) ‘There is no need for a login or password; directions are clear and easy to understand, and the fields are much easier to navigate.’
  • 39) ‘It uses the first serial port for all informational messages as the system boots and accepts logins from that console once the system is up.’
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