McAfee True Key

McAfee needs to inform customers that True Key will not automatically fill sites like USAA or Humana or Medicare. This comment by True Key that it will automatically fill user name / password on any site is misleading.

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I have yet to see any software that works with all sites.

Nothing new has changed here. The sites need to allow autofill. It can be disabled if the site owners decide it would be unsafe to allow autofill.

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PS. The other reason. Spam bots.

A lot of sites get hit with spam bots so the site has to block input from bots. This will also block this sort of software.

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