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The single sign-on may be a new authentication mechanism that permits a legal user with one written document to be documented by multiple service suppliers in distributed laptop networks. These mechanisms permit users to register just one occasion and have their identities mechanically verified by every application or service they require to access later. There are several sensible and secure single sign-on models albeit it's of nice importance to current distributed application environments. Most of application architectures needed the user to memorize and utilize a special set of credentials (e.g. username/password or tokens) for every application users needs to access.