Yeah, I see that it's not working correctly in Chrome, but it does still work in Firefox, and partially in Safari (with a warning about Phishing that can be ignored).
The type of authentication I'm using for the FSHost admin pages is the kind where the browser prompts for the username and password in a popup dialog -- as opposed to a login form in a web page (think Gmail, Yahoo mail, etc.) There's really no good way to log out of that type of authentication, but I'm using an old trick where the logout link includes a fake username and password, and a weird side effect is that you get logged out. The trick worked in Netscape but not IE, which is why you don't see the logout link in IE at all -- I hide it when that browser is detected. Apparently it doesn't work now in Chrome either.
The only thing I can really suggest is that you just hide the logout link in Chrome also, since it doesn't support it. Then it'll work like IE, and you'll have to just close the browser to really log out. To hide the link, open up "RemoteAccessOwnerNav.html" in Notepad, and change this line:
if(navigator.appName == "Netscape" && parseInt(navigator.appVersion) >= 5)
if(navigator.appName == "Netscape" && navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Chrome") == -1 && parseInt(navigator.appVersion) >= 5)
Let me know if you have any problems with it.