MTA Shield is a suite of three apps that puts you in charge of your WiFi and protects your connected devices, both at home and on the go. When combined with MTA’s totalWiFi, you will have greater peace of mind than ever before when it comes to online security and privacy.
The master password is very important as it gives you access to the app and keeps your password data safe. Once you’ve installed MTA Identity Shield and you start the application for the first time, the app asks you to create a master password. Choose a hard-to-guess master password (or passphrase) that you can remember, as the app or MTA Identity Shield cannot reset your master password. The fact that the app cannot reset the master password has been a conscious decision by MTA Identity Shield to increase your security and privacy and protect your data.
The master password recovery code is a unique and personal code that is the only way of regaining access to the app, should you forget your master password. MTA Identity Shield cannot restore any master passwords, as this would mean accessing your master password, which could be a security risk.
Yes. If you want to use fingerprint to unlock the app, select "use fingerprint to unlock next time." Note that before you can use your fingerprint to unlock MTA Identity Shield, you first need to register your fingerprint.
MTA Identity Shield ranks the data breaches according to severity based on:
There are three severity Levels:
No. It can be any email address up to two. You can swap/delete the emails and check others at any time.
Up to two email addresses can be set up within the app for protection. You can swap or delete these emails at any time.
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