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It seems OJS is using cookie to keep track of whether a user has login or not. After a user logins, if he/she does not logout, even he/she closes the browser and powers down the computer, next time he/she can access (by pasting the url into the browser ) some of the password-protected pages without login again.
Will it pose a security problem?
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Unless you checked the "Remember Me" box when you logged in, OJS's login cookie will be forgotten when you close the browser and you should have to log in again next time. This is standard practice for sites using cookies for session tracking -- even banking sites often work this way. The most effective way to ensure that your account is secure is to log out and close the browser window when you're finished.
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