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Posted 3/30/14 , edited 3/30/14
Soo, here's a thing:

I was dating this girl, and signed in on Crunchyroll on her PC.

Then we weren't dating anymore. I've changed my password, but is there a way to ensure she doesn't have access to my account? Like a forced logout?

Again, this was on a PC, not a mobile device.
Posted 3/30/14 , edited 3/30/14
You'd be better off asking that here
Site Support / Minor Questions Forum

or to contact CR directly
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Posted 3/30/14 , edited 3/30/14

keydude wrote:

Soo, here's a thing:

I was dating this girl, and signed in on Crunchyroll on her PC.

Then we weren't dating anymore. I've changed my password, but is there a way to ensure she doesn't have access to my account? Like a forced logout?

Again, this was on a PC, not a mobile device.


I would suggest at least changing your password, so that even if she can watch videos, she won't be able to lock you out of your account, or log back in when she does get logged out.

And /contact customer support, to see if they can reset any browser settings, because there's no setting I can see for that.
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Posted 3/30/14 , edited 3/30/14

eyeofpain wrote:

I would suggest at least changing your password, so that even if she can watch videos, she won't be able to lock you out of your account, or log back in when she does get logged out.

Fortunately, he already did that.

I suppose the real question is whether a password change invalidates the login cookie that would normally persist on her computer for some time.

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