Kaspersky Password Manager for Mac release notes
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Kaspersky Password Manager for Mac release notes

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2018 Mar 16 ID: 14268
 
 
 
 

The new version of Kaspersky Password Manager for Mac was released on March 13, 2018. . Full version number is 9.0.0.147.

In the new version of Kaspersky Password Manager 9.0 your data will be converted to a new format that is not compatible with previous versions of the app.  

If you have a previous version of Kaspersky Password Manager on your other devices connected to the same My Kaspersky account, you must update the application to version 9.0 to sync data across your devices and the cloud storage. 

If you want to use a previous version of Kaspersky Password Manager, connect it to a different My Kaspersky account to avoid losing your data.

What's new

  • The initial setup of the application has been improved and the installation guide for Kaspersky Password Manager extension has been added.
  • New sections have been added: Bank cards and Addresses. Data about bank cards and addresses will be moved from Identities to these new sections. Other personal data will be moved to the Notes section.
  • You can now store images and document scans in the vault. They will be stored in an encrypted format.
  • Automatic search for images or document scans on the device and uploading them to the secure cloud storage is now available.
  • Favorites now sync across devices.
  • You can now sort by folders.
  • The limitations in the free version have been changed. You can now have 15 active entries of any type.
  • The application interface has been improved.
  • Entries can now be displayed in a tile view.

Known limitations

  • Entries may be sorted incorrectly.
  • When upgrading Kaspersky Password Manager 2.2 to version 9.0 user settings are not saved.
  • If Safari or Firefox are running when you make changes to the entries, restart the browsers so that the changes are applied to the Kaspersky Password Manager extension.
  • Autocomplete may work incorrectly on some websites.
 
 
 
 
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