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I use the Web in a public library, on a computer in that library. When I go to Trello, I type the letter "t" in the line and immediately the URL of Trello comes out, with the last project I worked on on this computer. I click and my Trello account opens, even though I didn't log in or enter a password. Before that, I left the program. It turns out that anyone who types "t" on this computer easily enters my account. I checked it many times, went out and again ... This is not the case with other programs, they are redirected to the password entry page.
Trello isn't unique in this instance. If you log into Gmail on a public computer for example, it will keep you logged in unless you log out...
Using a public PC is always risk as you could be left logged in to something
Some things you can do...
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