When you are working with online banking or payment systems (for example, PayPal), you need special protection since loss of any confidential data may lead to financial losses.
Use Safe Money in Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 to enhance the security of financial transactions (for example, in PayPal or other payment systems).
Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 does NOT collect and store users' confidential data.
When you try to enter a personal cabinet in your payment system or any online banking system, Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 performs the following actions:
This enhances the security of financial transactions.
The Safe Money component is enabled by default. To enable/disable control of access to online banking services:
Safe Money works only if Kaspersky Internet Security 2014self-defense is enabled.
To launch the component quickly, use the Safe Money shortcut (by default, the shortcut is created on the Desktop when installing Kaspersky Internet Security 2014).
You can add a bank or payment system URL to the Safe Money database. When accessing an address added to the database, the Safe Money component automatically performs a predefined action (for example, launch the protected browser).
To add a website URL:
When Safe Money is launched in Internet Explorer on a computer running Windows XP, only one tab will be available for work.
Kaspersky Lab apologizes for any inconvenience.
Message "Critical system updates are not installed" appears when starting Safe Money
Release of antivirus database updates (required to protect your computer/server/mobile device)
Providing technical support over phone / web
Release of patches for the application (addressing detected bugs)
*The installation of plug-ins from Google Web Store is required for the support of the Google Chrome 33.x web browser.
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