When you browse websites, their owners collect information about your activity for marketing purposes. That is why you see relevant ads after you have searched for some book or a certain smartphone model. It is not only search engines that collect such information: the widespread social network buttons can also gather data about your Internet habits. It is implemented by the cookie technology.
With Kaspersky Internet Security, you can prevent websites from collecting information about yourself. Configure Private Browsing to define the privacy level.
By default, the component does not block anything. To protect your privacy, you need to enable some features first, as described below.
Please note. The Private Browsing component does not prevent social networks ( Facebook , Google Plus , Twitter ) from collecting data about your preferences when you visit their websites.
works in the following browsers:
may influence on certain websites' performance. That is why such websites are added to exclusions, so the component does not block behavior-tracking requests from them.
websites are also added to exclusions by default.
You can view the exclusion list and apply Protected Browsing rules toward them as well:
By default, the Kaspersky Protection button (and the Private Browsing tool) is not displayed in Internet Explorer. To make it appear, follow these steps:
Watch a video on how to use Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 to protect your privacy online:
Release of antivirus database updates (required to protect your computer/server/mobile device)
Providing technical support over phone / web
Release of patches for the application (addressing detected bugs)
Please let us know what you think about the site design, improvements we could add and any errors we need to eliminate
Leave your feedback, max. 500 characters
Thank you for submitting your feedback.
We will review your feedback shortly.