The example immediately above this is a perfect example of what is wrong. You can have a ‘login’, which is a noun. There appears to be a trend, however, to use it as a verb, meaning ‘to log in’. This always irked me, because you can’t login something, while you can definitely log in.
There is an website created to explain this issue, aptly named http://loginisnotaverb.com/
I am very tempted to paste the entire page here, but it’s entirely impractical. The reason I love that site so much is that he attempts to conjugate the word ‘login’ and the results show what works and what doesn’t. He also tries out different types of speech to see where the word ‘login’ fits.
This site makes me feel much better, and somehow alleviates scary options, like if it was an adverb, we’d have to deal with ‘loginly’, aside from the verb ‘logined’.