Is an international standard, which lays down a digital code for all meaningful characters or text elements of all known written and character systems for the long term. The aim is to remove the use of different and incompatible codings in different countries or cultural areas. Unicode is continuously complemented by additional scripts.
American Standard Code for Information Interchange, Punycode
Denotes the address of a website - e. g. http://www.ebankingbutsecure.ch. Contrary to a domain, a URL also contains the protocol (e. g. http://) and potentially also further details such as the port (e. g. 80).
Extension of a computer system. The term «upgrade» was first only used for a hardware-related extension, although it is now (almost) synonymous with «update». Some software providers distinguish between a free update and a fee-based upgrade.
This is the name used by users to identify themselves in a system. When logging into a program or service (e. g. when e-banking), you will usually be asked for a user name and password. These will serve to identify authorized users.
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