What is Kaspersky Secure Connection
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What is Kaspersky Secure Connection

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2018 Aug 15 ID: 13494

Kaspersky Secure Connection is a tool for protecting Internet connections. Kaspersky Secure Connection establishes a secure connection: it hides your real IP address and location, and transfers your data via the encrypted channel. Use Kaspersky Secure Connection to protect your credentials and private information when you shop online or use social networks. 

If you have Kaspersky Internet Security (or Kaspersky Total Security) and Kaspersky Secure Connection running simultaneously, protection of Wi-Fi networks will be handled by Kaspersky Secure Connection, as explained below.

When you connect to a wireless network, Kaspersky Secure Connection checks the connection and, if the network is vulnerable or dangerous, offers to establish the secure connection.  To establish a secure connection, click Enable protection.

Image: notification on connection to an unprotected network 

When the connection is established, the corresponding notification will appear in the notification area of your Desktop.

Image: notification on the established secure connection


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