I work on Linux servers via SSH (putty) and run "screen" to preserve my sessions so I can attach/detach them at anytime I wish without losing the connectivity/process disruption which is working perfectly fine.
As my team members also have root access to those servers, it is very much possible for them to attach "MY" sessions and can see what I'm doing. Is there anyway I can't allow them to do that? To solve this issue (upto some extent), setting a time-out on my sessions would help a bit. In other words, is it possible to set a timeout on screen session within which I should re-attach (after detaching) the screen session with 12 hours (for eg timeout set to 12 hours) else that screen session should be auto-killed. Any thoughts on tailoring this requirement would be great.