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Understanding RSA Secureid

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Last Modified: 2016-04-07
Hi I am trying to understand RSA Secureid. Here is a token, which can provide random digit number for us to login onto a server with something like username and passcode. For example, the token has 20 numbers, each of 20 has registered with the server already. and different token has different 20 number. so when logging to server, the server will decide if we can logging based on the one of 20 numbers that has registered and username and passcode, right? Thank you.
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