About protection of data entered on the computer keyboard

Protection of data input on the computer keyboard allows avoiding interception of data that is entered on websites via the keyboard. To enable protection of data input on the keyboard, the Kaspersky Protection extension must be activated in the browser. You can configure protection of data input from the computer keyboard on various websites. After Secure Keyboard Input is configured, a pop-up message stating that Secure Keyboard Input is enabled will be displayed next to the field in which the cursor is set. By default, Secure Keyboard Input is enabled for all website categories except Internet communication.

Secure Keyboard Input has the following limitations:

The preceding list describes the main restrictions in functionality for protection of data input. A full list of restrictions is given in an article on the Kaspersky Technical Support website.

Secure Data Input limitations

Secure Data Input in Kaspersky Internet Security has the following limitations:

During the period after you install Kaspersky Internet Security but before you restart the computer for the first time, the application will not intercept the first character entered by the user (in any application).

If you have any difficulties, send a request with a detailed description of the problem to the Kaspersky technical support team via My Kaspersky.

For instructions on working with My Kaspersky, see Help.

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