Limitations in the Secure Keyboard Input component of Kaspersky Small Office Security 4 for Personal Computer

 

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Limitations in the Secure Keyboard Input component of Kaspersky Small Office Security 4 for Personal Computer

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Latest update: March 11, 2015 ID: 11603
 
 
 
 

The Secure Keyboard Input component in Kaspersky Small Office Security 4 for Personal Computer has the following limitations:

  • Secure Keyboard Input requires a web browser plugin installed and enabled (the Virtual Keyboard plugin for Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer or Kaspersky Protection plugin for Google Chrome).
  • With Secure Keyboard Input enabled, AutoComplete in Internet Explorer stops functioning.
  • Secure Keyboard Input only works on web pages that meet the following requirements:
    • The web page is present in the list of URLs that require secure data input.
    • The web page must be opened in the Safe Browser. If it is opened in a regular browser, it must be added to the Exclusions for Secure Keyboard Input.
    • The web page is not present in the URL exclusions list.
    • The web page belongs to the category of websites that requires Secure Keyboard Input according to the application settings.
    • The web page contains a password input field (if the check box Password entry fields on all websites is selected in the product settings).
  • Secure Keyboard Input does not function with the Google Japanese Input application in conjunction with the following conditions:
    • The computer is running under Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
    • The text entry box is not a password field.
  • Secure Keyboard Input does not function with the ATOK application in conjunction with the following conditions:
    • The computer is running under Windows XP.
    • The text entry box is not a password field.
  • The product only protects the text entry boxes that meet the following requirements:
    • The text box is a single-string field and described by the <input> HTML tag.
    • The text box is not hidden. The HTML attribute type does not have the value hidden; the CSS parameter display:none; does not apply to the element.
    • The input field is not an element of the following types: submit, radio, checkbox, button, image.
    • The input field is not an element of the type email or number (applies to Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox).
    • The input field is not read-only.
    • The input field must be able to get focus.
    • If the field has maximum length defined (maxlength), the length of the entered text must be no less than three characters.

Please note: until you first restart your computer after the installation of Kaspersky Small Office Security 4 for Personal Computer, the component does not intercept the first character in the input field, regardless of the application used.

 
 
 
 
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