Remembering your canadiancoin.com Discussion password
Canadiancoin.com remembers your password by storing it in a small file (called
"cookie") on your computer. When you enter CanadianCoin our page checks
this file and signs you in automatically.
In some circumstances you will have to sign in manually. This can happen when
- Two persons who share the same computer are canadiancoin.com discussion members.
In this case, the option to save your password MUST be "NO".
- You run the canadiancoin.com Discussion from another computer (where the "cookie" file is not present).
- Files, including "cookie" files, in your browser temporary cache, were deleted.
- The canadiancoin.com "cookie" file expires - this file expiry date is set 1 year from the date it is created.
- You switch to another browser ("cookie" files are saved within each browsers cache separately).
- If you share your computer with other persons and are
concerned about them using your password, we recommend setting this option to "no".
- The "cookie" file contains your non-encrypted username and password and it can be easily viewed on your
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