From Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud Management Console, you can send a command to remotely wipe data from your user's device running Windows.
This feature is available only if you activated Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud under a Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud Pro license.
Depending on the data wipe settings, you can remotely wipe some or all of the following data:
Files in the standard Documents folder of the operating system, and its subfolders.
Files in which the browser saves data from the websites visited by the user (such as user authorization data).
Files in the standard Desktop folder of the operating system, and its subfolders.
Temporary files related to the operation of Internet Explorer, such as copies of web pages, images, and media files.
Temporary files related to the operation of applications installed on the computer. For example, Microsoft Office applications create temporary files containing backup copies of documents.
Files related to the operation of the Outlook mail client: data files (PST), offline data files (OST), offline address book files (OAB), and personal address book files (PAB).
Set of files and folders that store operating system settings for the local user account.
To wipe data from a device:
The Devices section contains a list of devices that have been added to Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud.
This opens a page containing detailed information about the device. The left part of the page shows the Commands list, which contains buttons with the commands that are available for the device.
Files are overwritten with random data. It is practically impossible to restore data after it is deleted.
Files are deleted by using the operating system resources, as if you delete them manually to the recycle bin, and then empty the recycle bin.
All of the above-mentioned data is deleted.
Select the specific data to be deleted.
The specified data is wiped from the selected device.Page top