If you update to Kaspersky Password Manager 9.0 or later from earlier versions, your web accounts, application accounts, and notes will remain unchanged. However, your identities will be converted to bank card, address, and note entries. If an identity contains a bank card without a number, Kaspersky Password Manager will fill it out with zeros. Kaspersky Password Manager will save identity fields containing information other than bank card or address data (for example, personal information, financial or business information) to new notes.
Note: Beginning with Kaspersky Password Manager 9.0, the application is not compatible with previous versions of the application.
In Kaspersky Password Manager 9.0 or later, your data will be permanently converted to the new format. If you have a previous version of Kaspersky Password Manager on other devices connected to the same My Kaspersky account, you must update the application to version 9.0 or later to sync data across your devices and cloud storage. Alternatively, you can create a new My Kaspersky account to use with previous versions of the application.