How to secure keyboard input in Kaspersky Small Office Security 6


Kaspersky Small Office Security 6


How to secure keyboard input in Kaspersky Small Office Security 6

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Latest update: April 27, 2020 ID: 14407

Hackers can use spyware applications to intercept the data that you enter from your keyboard.
These applications log your key strokes and read the entered information. To prevent them from intercepting your data, use the On-Screen Keyboard of Kaspersky Small Office Security in your browser. 

The following versions of browsers are supported:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0, 9.0, 10.0, and 11.0 (except for Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 through 11 with the new Windows interface style)
  • Microsoft Edge, all versions
  • Mozilla Firefox versions 52–59
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 52
  • Google Chrome versions 48–64

To start On-Screen Keyboard after installing Kaspersky Small Office Security, restart the computer and enable the Kaspersky Protection extension. To learn how to enable the extension, please refer to the instructions in this article.

On-Screen Keyboard will not protect your personal data if hackers hack into a website that requires data entry.


How to open On-Screen Keyboard from your browser


How to open the On-Screen Keyboard from the context menu of Kaspersky Small Office Security


How to configure On-Screen Keyboard


Special considerations when typing from the On-Screen Keyboard

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