Secure Keyboard Input limitations in Kaspersky Security Cloud 19
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.
If you are experiencing this problem, send a request to Kaspersky Customer Service by choosing the topic of your request.