True Key Review
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows 10.
Version: True Key Premium
Developer: Intel Security
Price: $19.99 per year
Trial: 30 days.
True Key is a password manager that stores the user’s credentials without using master password as 2-factor authentication. The authorizing of access to the entire collection of credentials and files is performed through the users face, fingerprint, and devices recognition.
- Face recognition.
- Fingerprint authentication.
- Devices recognition.
- Password Generator.
- Syncs across all devices.
- Digital Wallet.
- Email Verification.
- Data is encrypted and stored locally.
- Multifactor authentication options.
- Sometimes requires more light for face recognition to sign-in.
- Stores 2,000 password.
- No autofill Web forms.
- No password sharing.
Unlike other competitors, Intel has implemented an Innovation of facial recognition to the software. The multifactor authentication option allows the user to choose and combine from several ways password protection. However, even as amazing as high-end technology is, the small features that save time have been neglected.
More Information about True Key
Intel Security offers a free trial, however, the limit is 15 passwords stored. When the limit is reached the user will have to upgrade subscription to Premium. True Key uses Windows Hello Technology to recognize users face and fingerprints. The software also recognizes the user of the device used, and upon any unauthorized access from another, the user will be notified. The two-factor authentication also includes email verification feature. The data such as passwords, sensitive information are stored locally and encrypted on user’s hard disk. The feature is called Digital Wallet since it stores personal information. The encryption is performed in several layers and any information changed within, encrypts the files again.