It's not "This user's issues" ... it's TrueKey's issue.
Try it yourself, takes 2 seconds. Click the Info icon in Truekey, select "Help Centre" and voila.
Bummer. It looks like the help center at help.truekey.com no longer exists.
I kind of agree with the OP, trusting highly personal, security related data to a company that just appears flaky is a big risk!! Get it together guys.
User's issues with TK was what I was saying . Marcd is the TK guru I am just a volunteer here and do not have it installed.
Go fo that URL and you get redirected to ZenDesk, with the address bar showing "Help Center closed". So yes, there is no Help Center any more. That's all I know.
Good morning mspring,
I can answer or at least try to answer your questions/ concerns. First off, regarding the help.truekey.com used to be hosted with Zendesk should soon be redirected to this page.
As a matter of fact, our True Key website support link should be directed to the McAfee technical support: Antivirus Software and Internet Security For Your PC or Mac | McAfee and basically our feedback page within our website hosted by Zendesk should be directed here as I said earlier. Again this pages should be redirected soon as we are consolidating all under the same portal.
REgarding our first point, can you pelase provide more details regarding this issue, are you having issues using the instant log in to certains URL's? Can you please provide these URL's you are having issues with?
As a previous comment was made - when you go to a company dealing with security matters - you expect them to get it right. Unfortunately, there seems to be a lot of 'should be' statements in your reply.
On my first point it is not certain URLs - it is all of them! I note the message from TrueKey - "Say goodbye to the hassle of passwords"
When I try to log in to any password protected site I get asked to sign in to my profile - - then I get asked for my master password - - then I have to log in to my email account - - then I have to confirm access -- then I get the message, every time "It looks like you are attempting to sign in to an untrusted device" ; I have to say I trust it.
After that everything works fine - - until the next time when I have to go through all the hassle again. So far True Key is a waste of my time.
OK, what model of True Key are you using, are you using the standalone desktop app or the extension first which lives within the browser.
If it is the extension first can you please tell me which browser are you using (Edge, Chrome, Firefox or IE).
Can you finally provide me with the True Key version and what type of device are you using TK with and the operating system on this device.
Finally, do you have any other device (Laptop, mobile, etc) where you can install TK and see if the auto-login is better achieved there.
The version that came with McAfee security for a standalone desktop.
Using Edge / Windows 10.
TK Version 1.35.353.1.0
I can confirm that I am also experiencing this issue with True Key on macOS. When clicking on"Visit Help Center", the browser (very briefly) shows: https://www.truekey.com/help?locale=en-US&distinct_id=...
Before redirecting to:
True Key: v22.214.171.12483
OS: macOS v10.12.6
Browser: Chrome v61.0.3163.100
Looks like an issue with the redirect at https://www.truekey.com/help rather than a issue with TK itself.