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passkey

any of various keys, esp a latchkey
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Before the Autumn Special Deals expire at the end of October 17, everyone who interested in this lifetime package can get it by saving 25%, and in the meantime, receive a 1-year free license for the Pro version of DVDFab Media Player, or the Passkey software.
Securing your home Wi-Fi simply requires using a software program and typing in the passkey whenever you add a new device to the network.
This requires entering the same passkey in both computer and phone when prompted.
In order to do this, the server will require a passkey that is known by the user.
Previous codenames have included Passkey for Gerald Ford, Rawhide for Ronald Reagan, Deacon for Jimmy Carter and Angler for Dick Cheney.
IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) has enhanced its booking facilities for meetings planners with the introduction of a web-based solution provided by technology company, Passkey.
It is also a community's passkey to grants from state agencies and private nonprofit corporations for which they might otherwise not be eligible.
While this counter measure may have been successful in the early days of digital steganography, the "bad guys" quickly combined their efforts with cryptography to hide an encoded message that cannot be easily recovered without a secret passkey.
Windows authorizes a Bluetooth service resource based on whether the device is Bluetooth-enabled, whether the system requires manual authorization, and whether the user has configured a passkey to support secure connections.
We felt that PassKey was the best software package we'd seen to help our students with their remediation," says Steve Jackson, vice president of program design development at Great Oaks.
In the 1983 James Bond movie Never Say Never Again, a villain gains access to Say United States' nuclear arsenal by foiling a presumably fail-safe passkey system--a scan of the president's right eye.