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Session timeout in WHM , cPanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tata13, Jul 25, 2006.

  1. tata13

    tata13 Active Member

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    I just open a link in my i.e browser thats already open WHM and i just click back button and my browser back to WHM , is there any session timeout in WHM or cPanel ? so if we leave our browser idle for some minute , I must login again to access cPanel or WHM .
     
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    your session lasts as long as your browser is open, regardless of whether or not you opened a new window to go back to whm
     
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    Is there any setting in cPanel to make session in cPanel and WHM have a timeout or expired ?
     
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    I do not think there is, however I wish there was. I always come home to find WHM still open on my browser. This would make a nice feature.

    How insecure is it to leave your WHM connection open anyways? Ah who cares its only root. =o)

    I think I leave my WHM open 24/7
     
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    So long as you're connecting through SSL, there shouldn't be a problem. It's more tricky establishing the concept of a session in perl, which is what cPanel is mostly written in, but by no means impossible.
     
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