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Intermittent Unknown login key: a debugging path?

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  • To expand: I tried to write a dump with all variables every time it happens, nothing -unusual- found. I tried extending the 120 seconds to more time just in case it was deleting logins too soon. I tried redirecting to the login page but that gets the user into a redirect loop because he’s correctly logged-in.

    I’m wary of deleting the 40K records in the database to start fresh because I don’t want to piss off our readers by killing their logins.

    Any recommendation will be very welcome.

    Thanks again,
    Andres

    hawkeye126

    @hawkeye126

    I am getting a similar error but am actually able to replicate the results. No fun. I have been able to temporarily fix it by changing the salts in wp-config

    https://api.wordpress.org/secret-key/1.1/salt/

    I would like to stop this from happening all together tho… or at least learn why it is happening.

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