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When I sign out of Confluence I noticed that I can still login if I try to login within a short period of time, I guess cookies/cache are not cleared yet so it just logs me in again.
I would like to change this behavior. I thought if I would go to the SSO config, I would find a "log-out" URL which I could set inside Cognito, but I couldn't find it.
How do I achieve this?
Cognito allows logout with either logout_uri or with the same arguments as login (i.e. redirect_uri and response_type) to log out and take the user back to the login screen. It seems that whenever logout_uri is invalid, it assume the re-login flow and does this redirect.
This normally happens whenever logout_uri parameter doesn't match exactly what's listed among Sign out URL(s) in AWS Cognito User Pools App client settings configuration.
The /logout endpoint signs the user out and it only supports HTTPS GET.
Please Refer details on AWS site - AWS LOGOUT Endpoint
Let me know if it helps or you need anything further on this.