Supressing the cache of the browser

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  1. #1
    Dipanjali Guest

    Default Supressing the cache of the browser

    Dear Sir,<BR><BR>In my site i have a login and password for different members.When you logout of this section it goes to my default page.But if you click back button of the browser it takes me back to member section. For the security purpose I want to supress the cache of the browser so that it doesn&#039t go back to that member section. I tried &#060;% Response.Expires = 1 %&#062; in my ASP code . But it didn&#039t work. Please help me out.<BR><BR><BR>Regards<BR>Dipanjali<BR><BR>

  2. #2
    Sathiya Guest

    Default RE: Supressing the cache of the browser

    If you use Session variables to store Login and password. do a Session.Abandon on your last page. Remember to have a check for login and password in the start of every Because the user can directly enter your asp page name (ex) -- login page- But if you dont have a check the user enters this also ( ) he can enter in to your page.

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