09-11-2012 06:28 AM
Is this common? I am using chrome and I always have to login the the site before I can use it
09-11-2012 11:27 AM
Are you referring to having to log in to the forums? There is an automatic 2 hour system time limit from your last activity when you will be logged out and have to log back in.
09-11-2012 02:04 PM
I am. I just tested it. I logged in, closed my browser came back to the site and had to log in again. My browser has no problem with autofills
09-11-2012 05:43 PM - edited 09-11-2012 05:44 PM
I'll do some testing with different browsers and see if there's a bug I need to report.
What version of Chrome are you using?
09-12-2012 07:30 AM
09-12-2012 12:42 PM
I've been checking into this and have found that the auto logoff/login time of 2 hours comes into play only if your browser remains open during that time. If you close the browser, reopen it and come back to the myFICO site, you will have to log in again.
I've tested on IE9, FF15, Google Chrome and Opera and the behavior is the same on all four.
09-13-2012 06:56 AM
Okay, thanks for the info.
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