Secure Keyboard Input limitations in Kaspersky Security Cloud

 

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Secure Keyboard Input limitations in Kaspersky Security Cloud

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2017 Jul 12 ID: 13301
 
 
 
 

Secure Keyboard Input in Kaspersky Security Cloud works with the following limitations:

  • Secure Keyboard Input functions only along with Kaspersky Protection browser plug-in installed and activated.
  • The autocomplete feature will be disabled in Internet Explorer for all input felds.
  • Secure Keyboard Input only works on web pages which meet the following requirements:
    • The web page is included in the list of URLs that require secure data input.
    • The web page is opened in the Safe Browser, or opened in a regular browser but added to the Exclusions for Secure Keyboard Input.
    • The web page is not present in the exclusions list.
    • According to the application settings, the category to which the web page refers, requires Secure Keyboard Input.
    • The web page contains a box for password input while the check box Password entry fields on all websites is selected in the application settings.
  • Secure Keyboard Input cannot function with the application Google Japanese Input installed under any of the the following conditions:
    • The computer is running under Windows XP/Vista/7.
    • The box is not a password input field.
  • Secure Keyboard Input cannot function with the ATOK application installed under any of the following conditions:
    • The computer is running under Windows XP.
    • The box is not a password input field.
    • The browser has been opened via the application Sandboxie.
  • The product protects the input boxes that meet the following requirements:
    • The box is a single-string field and corresponds to <input> HTML tag.
    • The box is not hidden. The value of the HTML attribute type is not hidden; the value display: none is not specified for this field in CSS.
    • The input field does not belong to any of the following types: submit, radio, checkbox, button, image.
    • The input field is not read-only (readOnly).
    • The input field must be able to become active.
    • If the field has maximum length defined (maxlength), the length of the entered text must be no less than three characters.
Until you first restart your computer after the installation of Kaspersky Security Cloud, the component does not intercept the first character in an input field, regardless of the application used.

In case of any issues with the component or the product, please contact Kaspersky Lab Technical Support via the My Kaspersky service. For instructions on using My Kaspersky, visit the Online Help page.

 
 
 
 
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