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    AOL Mail provides a safe and delightful email experience for millions of people around the world. Check your Mail Try the AOL app. We are currently experiencing higher than normal call volume and wait times due to a system issue which might be impacting your ability to login to one of AOL’s services. We apologize for this inconvenience and ...

  6. Basic access authentication - Wikipedia

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    Basic access authentication. In the context of an HTTP transaction, basic access authentication is a method for an HTTP user agent (e.g. a web browser) to provide a user name and password when making a request. In basic HTTP authentication, a request contains a header field in the form of Authorization: Basic <credentials>, where credentials is ...

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    Single sign-on. Single sign-on ( SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows a user to log in with a single ID and password to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. True single sign-on allows the user to log in once and access services without re-entering authentication factors. It should not be confused with same-sign on ...

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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.