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Intel Security True Key

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DaleCooper

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I've just discovered Intel Security True Key was installed on my pc yesterday without any action by me. Does anyone know what's going on here? I know it's a password manager but how did it get on my pc?
 
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Most likely via an update to Adobe Flash, it's one of their "add-on" programs they try to force onto people who don't untick both boxes
 

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Most likely via an update to Adobe Flash, it's one of their "add-on" programs they try to force onto people who don't untick both boxes

Strange as I haven't downloaded any updates recently except about a week ago I updated Adobe Acrobat Reader (which I almost immediately uninstalled and reverted to the previous version) but nothing yesterday. Perhaps it was some delayed reaction. I'm usually pretty careful about "extras" but maybe I missed one.
 
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