Why Habra login cookies are stored only for a month? Why are they not doing in 10 years?


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Login once a month is a mockery. Why all are afraid of the developers? Why 30 days?
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Login once a month is a mockery.

Drive all the passwords by hand. Before you close the browser, cleaned history, cookies and cache, leaving your computer, lock it with a password. About the time life cook learn from such posts.
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A month? I have every day flies :(
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Increase the time by hand. To complain about technically savvy person for a life time cookie.
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With a password Manager is, of course, no problem, but today Habr forced me to enter a captcha the first time. Like before, one attempt was given without the abuse.
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You gave me the idea for user.js
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Sessions are stored on the server, and storing them is very expensive, not only because of space, but also because of the difficult search in the expanded database. To store session long — a pretty hard task even for Facebook.
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