Secure Keyboard Input limitations in Kaspersky Security Cloud 19
Latest update: December 29, 2022 ID: 14099
The Secure Keyboard Input feature in Kaspersky Security Cloud has the following limitations:
- The feature supports Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. To use the feature, the Kaspersky Protection extension must be installed in the browser.
- Protection only works for the pages that meet the following requirements:
- The page is in the list of URLs or category that require input protection.
- The page is opened in the Protected browser.
- The page is not in the exclusions list.
- The page contains the password entry field, and the Password entry fields on all websites checkbox is selected in the application settings.
- Protection only works for the fields that meet the following requirements:
- The field is single-line and corresponds to the <input> HTML tag.
- The field is not hidden. The type attribute value is not hidden, the display item does not have the value “none” in CSS styles.
- The field is not of the submit, radio, checkbox, button, or image type.
- The field is not read-only.
- The field can be edited (focused upon).
- If the field has the maxlength attribute, you must enter at least three characters.
- Protection does not work under the following conditions:
- Google Japanese Input or ATOK is installed.
- Your computer is running under Windows 7 and the field is not a password entry field.
- Browser is open through Sandboxie.
- Autofill does not work in Internet Explorer.
After the installation of Kaspersky Security Cloud, until the first computer reboot the appllication does not intercept the first character entered by the user (in all applications).
If you are experiencing this problem, send a request to Kaspersky Customer Service by choosing the topic of your request.