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“Cookies, which have been around since the '90s, can be very benign -- such as allowing a user to store log-on credentials -- and they can be used to track you as you go from site to site to enable companies to target ads based on your Web habits.”
“He concludes would-be cyber-robbers have obtained the log-on details to the new account and are testing whether the bank will make unauthorized transfers.”
“The robber later uses the log-on to access the account.”
“He explained the user log-on to prevent untrained use.”
“For more information about the Office of Smart Growth and the Plan Endorsement process, log-on to: www. njsmartgrowth.com.”
“He probably has multiple tabs open, each with a different log-on sock puppet password.”
“As you read this, more than 75% of your neighbors, co-workers, and yes, your children will log-on to the Internet in search of content, services and applications that they cannot access anywhere else.”
“And once or twice, the Trustwave SIEM kicked me out to the main log-on screen without warning.”
“She said the federal agent copied her log-on and password, and asked her to show him a recent document and how she gains access to Microsoft Word.”
“So, maybe some Redskins fans aren't feeling particularly high on the team as they log-on to their computers Monday morning.”
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