I know on some sites even with EE that even though I delete my cookies, my login information still gets populated in the login fields. Is that information being stored in something other than cookies and is there a way to store a single ID string on a visitor's machine other than a cookie when a user visits a site? Something that would work across all the major browsers and where they user is not entering in field data? in the registry perhaps or would that require an Active X action?
How about storing in php session versus storing in cookie?
I also host my sites and control the server session.
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