When Kaspersky Internet Security is installed in 64-bit Microsoft Windows 8, Microsoft Windows 8.1 or Microsoft Windows 10, it uses hypervisor technology for additional protection against complex malware that could intercept your personal data by using the clipboard or phishing.
An application supporting the parallel operation of several operating systems on one computer.
On computers running 64-bit Microsoft Windows 8, Microsoft Windows 8.1 or Microsoft Windows 10, the protection provided by Kaspersky Internet Security hardware virtualization (hypervisor) has the following limitations:
This feature is not available when a third-party hypervisor, such as the VMware™ virtualization hypervisor, is running. After you close the third-party hypervisor, protection against screenshots becomes available again.
The feature is not available if the CPU of your computer does not support hardware virtualization technology. For more details on whether your CPU supports hardware virtualization, please refer to the documentation shipped with your computer or to the website of the CPU manufacturer.
The feature is not available if a third-party hypervisor (such as the VMware hypervisor) is running when you start Protected Browser.
The feature is not available if hardware virtualization is disabled on your computer. For details on how to enable hardware virtualization on your computer, please refer to your computer's technical documentation or visit the website of your processor's manufacturer.
The feature is not available if Device Guard is enabled in the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system.
The feature is not available if Virtualization Based Security (VBS) is enabled in the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system.