I am sorry, has been a long day. In your lower tray, right click and open your McAfee UI, click on Navigation\Security History and a window will eventually open.
Bottom right hand corner by the Clock is your McAfee Security Center Icon. Right click on it, and open. Or double click your McAfee Desktop Icon and do the same.
Are you subscribed to a McAfee Software Suite, or simply only using McAfee Web Advisor?
In addition should your McAfee Web Advisor continue to function properly, could you kindly mark this thread answered?
Forget that question for now nikilet. That is merely a warning which you can dismiss. It appears that perhaps your version of WebAdvisor is old. Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features and uninstall McAfee WebAdvisor.
Go to the following website and download the latest one. It should no longer give that warning.
I uninstalled and reinstalled per your instructions. Am I supposed to be able to click on an icon and access "user interface?" Because I still can not do that.
By the way, I wish to thank catdaddy for all the super help he gave me throughout this day!
P.S. It might have been a mistake to un- and reinstall because it was working fine but now I'm not getting the check marks when I do a search. It's not working.
P.S. #2 I closed down, restarted and now it's working, except I can't access any user interface like catdaddy was explaining.
P.S. #3 That notice is right back again and it concerns me and makes me wonder what is going on. As I explained to catdaddy, I just change the password in question this morning and I generate lengthy passwords through LastPass. What is it that is making McAfee tell me my password has been used before?
What is the version of Webadvisor you are using. IE click on the black arrow in Firefox or the Webadvisor icon in Chrome if no arrow and select about. the version is mentioned there.
As you have no McAfee suite installed you will not see the GUI that CD was mentioning.
Peter and CD I have emailed the WA tech to have a gander. I do not use chrome so cannot check this.
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