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Main Screen -> -> Security Intervals
Overview   top
To increase security you can specify security intervals after which an action is taken depending on the state of the app.

App states:
active: the app is open and being used.

idle: the app is open and being used, but no user action has been detected for a while.

inactive: the app is open but has been interrupted. This happens, for example, when a system notification pops up or you receive a phone call or you switch to the control or notification centers.

background: another app is being used.

Possible actions are:

•  require extra authentication.
•  switch to the resume screen. (See Security Features: Resume Screen.)
•  log out.

Content   top
The 'Security Intervals' screen displays a list of settings.

Extra Authentication for Settings: after this time period you will need to open the log in lock in order to change the security intervals or to edit the current identity.

The remaining settings determine the amount of time before CerebraLock switches to the resume screen or logs out.

Tip: If you set Switch to Resume Screen -> When App Becomes Inactive to the minimum, you can switch to the resume screen (which has a Log Out option) at any time by calling up the notification or control centers. This can be used as a 'Panic Exit' if neccessary.

Unsaved Data   top
When the app logs out automatically or when you log out from the resume screen, any unsaved changes will be discarded. Item sets are the exception. They will be saved because of the tedium of creating them and the fact that you usually edit copies.

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