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True Key account security

Being a password manager, our true key account needs to be the most secure one of them all, and therefore I was wondering why does McAfee not offer 2FA as part of their standard login in process for True Key?

I understand that there are other ways to secure your account, but the more options the better, and the option for 2FA would make this system a lot more comfortable to use, knowing my passwords for everything are likely not to fall into the wrong hands! 

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Re: True Key account security

Hi @User1519287 

Greetings from McAfee!

Multifactor authentication is the use of several authentication factors together, which provides higher levels of security to verify it is you. Multifactor authentication makes your data inside True Key considerably more secure.

You can always contact the chat support using below link for technical assistance.

McAfee Support

Sudharsanam G

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