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Ghost in the Shell: Anime
Only one scene where text based authentication was used
In a part of the movie, the driver and support officer is suspicious of two cars and historical occupants. He calls up video of the vehicle's occupants walking into the building, but notices the automatic doors remain open 3 seconds longer than they should. He then tries to access a system that records pressure in the floor and finds too much weight was recorded as the occupants passed over them. He determined there were other invisible people included with the two vehicle occupants and raises alarm. In order to gain access to the system that recorded pressure on floor plates, he had to authenticate himself: (case sensitive example) Welcome to Section No9 Login: togusa Password: ........, This is onscreen, and we would expect "." were echoed back for each char typed, but cannot be certain. We do know his username, and have a guess on the length of the password. The "," at the end is odd however. I can include more system security here, but there were no other onscreen password AFAIK.
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