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  2. Login - Wikipedia

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    A login page may have a return URL parameter, which specifies where to redirect back after logging in or out. For example, it is returnto= on this site. In the case of websites that use cookies to track sessions, when the user logs out, session-only cookies from that site will usually be deleted from the user's computer.

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  4. Slim - Wikipedia

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    SLiM, a desktop-independent graphical login manager; Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations, a form of ion optics; SLiM, short linear motif; SLIM, slang for an amateur radio operator using a callsign without authorization; Slim, Pixar's RenderMan Studio Shader Tool; SLIM, Internet provider from KPN

  5. Unix shell - Wikipedia

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    A Unix shell is a command-line interpreter or shell that provides a command line user interface for Unix-like operating systems.The shell is both an interactive command language and a scripting language, and is used by the operating system to control the execution of the system using shell scripts.

  6. SQRL - Wikipedia

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    SQRL (pronounced "squirrel") or Secure, Quick, Reliable Login (formerly Secure QR Login) is a draft open standard for secure website login and authentication.The software typically uses a link of the scheme sqrl:// or optionally a QR code, where a user identifies via a pseudonymous zero-knowledge proof rather than providing a user ID and password.

  7. getty (Unix) - Wikipedia

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    getty, short for "get tty", is a Unix program running on a host computer that manages physical or virtual terminals (TTYs). When it detects a connection, it prompts for a username and runs the 'login' program to authenticate the user.

  8. Federated identity - Wikipedia

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    Digital identity platforms that allow users to log onto third-party websites, applications, mobile devices and gaming systems with their existing identity, i.e. enable social login, include: Microsoft account – Formerly Windows Live ID; Google Account; Facebook - Login to public social venues. Yahoo! – users can use their Yahoo! ID to log ...

  9. Route flapping - Wikipedia

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    In computer networking and telecommunications, route flapping occurs when a router alternately advertises a destination network via one route then another, or as unavailable and then available again, in quick sequence.