An optional code that restricts user name access to a resource on a computer system. For example, in an Encyclopedia volume, passwords can be up to 256 characters in length and can contain any characters except control characters or spaces. Passwords are case-sensitive. Passwords can use a mixture of case, alphabetical, and numeric characters to increase security.
Related terms
case sensitivity, Encyclopedia volume, user name
Contrast with
security role

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