Migrate your SafeKey data now; you will lose access to your data after March 30th.
On March 1st, 2016 SafeKey entered the formal End Of Life (EOL) status – meaning that Intel Security's commitment to SafeKey has ended. What this means to you is that SafeKey will soon cease functioning, After March 30th, 2016 you will no longer be able to log in to SafeKey from either:
In addition, after March 30th, Technical Support will not be able to assist you with any problems with SafeKey, or with migrating your data. Technical Support can only assist in removing the SafeKey program from your device. The one exception is if you are an existing user of the browser plugin, where you can still access a copy of your password data offline from within the plugin. This is your cached local copy of your stored SafeKey data. In this situation, the SafeKey browser plugin will continue to function because it has access to this single cached copy of your data, but you will not be able to add or change logins because this copy is static. NOTE: If you are using the plugin, you can still export your data from SafeKey to an unencrypted file* by using the Export to option under Tools in the SafeKey plugin. * This unencrypted file contains any passwords previously stored in SafeKey; anyone with access to the file location can access the passwords. Therefore we recommend that users protect this file and secure-delete it (empty trash) once they have migrated to a new password manager. IMPORTANT:
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