Kaspersky Security 10 for mobile on Android 7

 

 

Kaspersky Security 10 for Mobile

 
 
 

Kaspersky Security 10 for mobile on Android 7

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2017 Jan 19 ID: 13159
 
 
 
 
  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Android must be installed as one of the Accessibility service, and Draw over other apps permission must be enabled so that:
    • Malefactors cannot unblock the device without a single-use unlock code.
    • The user cannot remove the app from their mobile device.
  • After an Android 4.0 – 6.Х device is unblocked, the password (PIN code) will be changed for "1234". After an Android 7.0 and later device is unblocked, the password will stay the same. You can change the password manually in the device settings.
  • Remote unlock of the device is impossible if the user has assigned a password manually.
  • Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Android does not offer a split-screen mode.
  • In the Doze mode, scheduled tasks may be performed with a delay (updates, downloads, synchronization etc.).
  • On devices running Android 7.1.1, if the camera is locked by the Kaspersky Security Center policy, the system returns an error message instead of the message from Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android at every attempt to turn on the camera. The camera remains inaccessible at that. The issue is caused by a well-known defect in Android 7.1.1.
  • On devices running Android 7.1.1, if the unlock password does not meet the corporate security requirements (Compliance Control), the Settings system app may function improperly when the unlock password is attempted to change through Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android. The issue is caused by a well-known defect in Android 7.1.1. In this case, to change the unlock password, use the Settings system app only.
  • On devices running Android 7.1.1 in the Do not disturb mode, you must manually allow Kaspersky Endpoint Security access the mode settings fo correct work of the Turn on alarm command.
The startup wizard in Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Android asks whether the user would like to install the app as an Accessibility service and allow the Draw over other apps setting. The user can skip these steps or disable the rights in the settings of the device later. In this case the device is protected neither against theft nor loss, and the user can remove the app on their own.
 
 
 
 
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