Unreliable. Keeps dropping off, interferes with my connection. Regret the purchase.
It cuts off throughout the day...why?
It’s crazy I haven’t had protection through Att for 4 months now that would cover Cell as well without haven’t to pay a premium $ I haven’t had protection on my computer either but Att doesn’t return calls !
Upon installing has wrecked my ability to use WiFi and has knocked out my Ring Doorbell. This is full of bugs. I am about ready to cancel McAfee for another provider. I called McAfee and was told to wait, the fix is on the way. Can only wait a day or two longer.
Glad I weeded through the garbage can of apps to find the best! Just keep it going; keep it affordable, do I get a discount for this review? I hope so👊
Once you hit stop protection, the app it self keep asking to enter your password again and again million times and no joke stops your phone from having internet connection, you won’t be able to use WiFi or your cellular data, and when you hit start protection oops something went wrong all day long, the only way to solve this issue is by deleting the app, one mistake I made is I paid for the whole year, what a waste.
The VPN AND WI-do connection constantly disconnects and doesn’t protect browsing. Looking for another mobile protection software
Your app is good when it’s working but it doesn’t stay on the entire time I’m on the web. It logs off on its own. It doesn’t automatically restart when i go back on line & you have a small list of locations
I only use operating systems made by Apple! The fact that I only have a Mac, an iPhone, and an Apple Watch gives me all the more reasons not to pay $47.99 a year for 4 extra devices I don’t need, and that are not supported. At this point, I’d rather pay $9.99 a year for just my iPhone. Perhaps, in a future update, they could allow users to buy a plan for the exact amount of devices they have, so they don’t have to charge you for unnecessary devices, especially those operating systems that aren’t fully supported (like macOS, watchOS, and tvOS). If not, Cylance should be able to make a better one. Update 01/24/2020 5:44 PM CT: I just found out that the VPN isn’t stable because its profile doesn’t contain authentication information. Without that authentication built in, the VPN may bombard you with a prompt asking for a password unless you open the app. Even worse, the app doesn’t say anything about whether they track people’s DNS queries, or not. That is completely unacceptable! Cylance could make a better Personal VPN built into their Mobile Security app like this that doesn’t have this problem, and unlike McAfee, they won’t raise their prices, or track people’s DNS queries. Just goes to prove that, even though it has 256-bit encryption, this VPN cannot be trusted.