I was a dumb WP user who logged into my site from a friend's computer (who doesn't live close), but I forgot to click the Log Out link when I was done.
This friend now has full access to my WP blog, and there is nothing I can do to remove his access, is there? I installed FreeMoby's Cookie Timeout plug in, but that only solves the problem so it doesn't happen again. It doesn't help my current problem.
Unfortunately, when I change my password, it doesn't matter, because his cookie still tells him he is logged in, despite the change in password.
Basically, unless I can find a fix, he will be logged into my computer for a year from when I visited him last. In that time, he keeps making comments as me.
So, I guess what I'm wondering is two-fold: is there a way I can change the name of the login cookie so that the cookie on his machine is no longer valid? And is there a way to integrate something into a future WP release where the cookie must verify that the password hasn't changed in order for the cookie to still be valid?