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I see that this question is asked over and over again.

I made a point to use Stack Exchange rather than Facebook or Gmail to login, as I recently had to do some major annoying stuff to keep Spotify while considering to shut down my Facebook.

I want to be able to logout of Stack Exchange and Stack Overflow by clicking logout. And I want this to force the next login to actually ask for a password.

I want to know what to do rather than why this happens and understanding the details of OpenID. I have tried both doing a logout from StackOverflow.com and also StackExchange.com and it will always let me log back in without asking the username or password, unless I delete the cookies. I understand that other similar questions say that this is not a bug, so I just need a clear way to do it, as looking at other posts considered "duplicate" link to another question that's either not clear or is 2011 or older.

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Need the answer to this question. The part about next login actually asking for a password is really important. I want to use this website but there is this security concern due to this auto-login feature. –  Aseem Bansal May 19 '13 at 12:55
    
Log out of all your OpenID providers you registered with your account, perhaps? –  Martijn Pieters Aug 16 '13 at 10:37

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