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    Default Automatic Logins: How to shut it off?

    I get automatically logged in whenever I visit Basenotes.

    Even if I log out and clear my history, as soon as I return to Basenotes I am logged in.


    Is there anyway to shut this off?


    It's not a huge problem or anything, just annoying, and I'm not sure why it happens.

    Thanks
    "Mama used to bathe me in Youth Dew bath oil."

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    Default Re: Automatic Logins: How to shut it off?

    Quote Originally Posted by Buysblind View Post
    I get automatically logged in whenever I visit Basenotes.

    Even if I log out and clear my history, as soon as I return to Basenotes I am logged in.


    Is there anyway to shut this off?


    It's not a huge problem or anything, just annoying, and I'm not sure why it happens.

    Thanks
    I wish this problem would happen to me. Every time I log out or do a thorough computer cleaning with certain software to get rid of junk files I have to always log back in manually.

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    Default Re: Automatic Logins: How to shut it off?

    Nevermind, I got it.


    I just had to reset my password.
    "Mama used to bathe me in Youth Dew bath oil."

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    Default Re: Automatic Logins: How to shut it off?

    Quote Originally Posted by Buysblind View Post
    Even if I log out and clear my history, as soon as I return to Basenotes I am logged in.


    Is there anyway to shut this off?
    Also, remember that your browsing history and your cookies are 2 different things. You would probably need to clear your cookies. You session info is saved in cookies, but a history of all the sites you visit are saved in your history.

    Many browsers have settings to clear out your cookies (either session cookies or persistent cookies) each time you close your browser.

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