Thanks iozzy, this is really just what I needed. I don't manage how True Key is integrated and bundled with the McAfee software, but I have sent a message that should go to the developer's team so they can add an option to "not be reminded anymore".
I realize that this might take some time and in the meantime the popups wont stopped so I want to offer you my help, if you like to take advantage of activating and installing True Key on your system.
It is truly a great application to safeguard your passwords in our digital world thanks to the multi-facotr security authentication.
If I may ask, did you obtain your (TrueKey) feature as part of your McAfee Software suite, or was it inadvertently installed while Downloading any Adobe products,per say? Since I do not use this feature, I will ask a (Expert) from the ' Truekey Team' to add to the discussion.
I might add that especially since you have not activated it. You should simply be able to go through your Control Panel/Programs and Features/Remove and uninstall.
I guess as Catdaddy asked we would need to know more information to try to isolate where this is coming from.
Can you please provide a screenshot of this popup?
You can also go to the control panel/ programs and features to see as Catdaddy mentioned if it has been installed, if it is you can just delete it from there.
Hi Marcd, Catdaddy,
As far as I can see it's a pop-up from McAfee, I don't see any program in the control panel that could cause this, neither is there an add-on in my browser.
This is what the pop-up looks like:
My explanation for the popup is a obvious and logical one, some of the McAfee software are bundled with True Key, licenses for True Key (1 to 5 lic) are included when you purchase certain McAfee applications.
You have a few options, in the popup there is a drop down menu and there you should have the option to not be reminded anymore about activating True Key, I am not sure if you have done this but perhaps this is the easiest way not to get the popups anymore.
Alternatively, you could benefit and install/activate True Key, so you can benefit from the multi-factors authentication to manage your passwords online: https://www.truekey.com/
I hope this helps,
Ok please let me know the exact options you are getting from that drop down menu.
Can you please confirm what is the McAfee software that you have installed on your system.
It will be important if you can let us know the specific McAfee application installed on your system and the options you have on the popup drop down menu so we can fix it.
These are the options:
Wacht niet langer = Don't wait any longer
Sluiten = Close
I'm running McAfee Total Protection, version 14.0, release 14.0 R11