Kaspersky Internet Security protects your privacy while your Mac is running. You can block your webcam to prevent applications from using it. When you enable this feature, Kaspersky Internet Security blocks access to system libraries that are used by the webcam. You can find examples of applications that can't access your webcam when it is blocked by Kaspersky Internet Security on the Technical Support website (Knowledge Base).
Note: If the application that you want to block is running when you block the webcam, you need to restart this application.
For enhanced protection of your privacy, Kaspersky Internet Security includes Private Browsing, a feature that blocks websites from tracking you. You can also select categories of websites on which you want to block tracking.
When website tracking is blocked, Kaspersky Internet Security blocks tracking activities on websites that belong to the selected categories and monitors tracking activities on websites that belong to the unselected categories. When website tracking is allowed, Kaspersky Internet Security only monitors websites that belong both to selected and unselected categories.
You can add websites to a list of exclusions. When website tracking is blocked, Kaspersky Internet Security doesn't block tracking activities on websites that are in the list of exclusions.
By default, Kaspersky Internet Security doesn't block tracking activities on the websites of Kaspersky and its partners. You can manually enable blocking of tracking activities on the websites of Kaspersky and its partners.Page top