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  2. Reset or change your password - AOL Help

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    Reset a forgotten password. 1. Go to the Sign-in Helper. 2. Enter one of the account recovery items listed. 3. Click Continue. 4. Follow the instructions given in the Sign-in Helper. Change your password. 1. Go to the Account security page. 2. Click Change password. 3. Enter a new password. 4. Click Continue.

  3. Create and manage third-party app passwords - AOL Help

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    2. Click Generate app password or Generate and manage app passwords. 3. Enter your app's name in the text field. 4. Click Generate password. 5. Follow the instructions below the password. - Be sure to enter the password into your app without any spaces. 6. Click Done. Use this app password and your email address to sign in to your email app.

  4. Ways to securely access AOL Mail - AOL Help

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    Use an app password. If you use AOL two-step verification or an older email app, you may need to use an app specific password to access AOL Mail. Just remember, app passwords are only valid for the app they are created for and remain valid until you sign out or remove access to the app. At that time, a new password will need to be created.

  5. Add two-step verification for extra security - AOL Help

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    1. Sign in to your Account Security page. 2. Next to "2-Step Verification," click Turn on 2SV. 3. Click Get started. 4. Select Authenticator app for your 2-step verification method. - To see this option, you'll need to have at least 2 recovery methods on your account.

  6. 3-D Secure - Wikipedia

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    3-D Secure. Not to be confused with card security code. 3-D Secure is a protocol designed to be an additional security layer for online credit and debit card transactions. The name refers to the "three domains" which interact using the protocol: the merchant/acquirer domain, the issuer domain, and the interoperability domain.

  7. Linux - Wikipedia

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    Linux Tux the penguin, mascot of Linux Developer Community contributors Linus Torvalds Written in C, assembly languages, and others OS family Unix-like Working state Current Source model Open source Initial release September 17, 1991 ; 30 years ago (1991-09-17) Repository git.kernel.org scm /linux /kernel /git /torvalds /linux.git / Marketing target Cloud computing, embedded devices, mainframe ...

  8. Internet Connection Sharing - Wikipedia

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    Internet Connection Sharing ( ICS) is a Windows service that enables one Internet -connected computer to share its Internet connection with other computers on a local area network (LAN). The computer that shares its Internet connection serves as a gateway device, meaning that all traffic between other computers and the Internet go through this ...

  9. Mobile security - Wikipedia

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    Mobile security, or more specifically mobile device security, is the protection of smartphones, tablets, and laptops from threats associated with wireless computing. It has become increasingly important in mobile computing. The security of personal and business information now stored on smartphones is of particular concern.