How to install Kaspersky Password Manager for Windows

 

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How to install Kaspersky Password Manager for Windows

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Latest update: 2019 Sep 20 ID: 14246
 
 

Store all your passwords securely

Kaspersky Password Manager securely stores all your passwords and automatically enters your credentials on websites and in applications.

System requirements

 
 
 

To keep your passwords and personal details secure in a protected cloud storage and use them automatically to fill out the fields on websites and services, install Kaspersky Password Manager for Windows:

  1. Download the installer from the Kaspersky website.
  2. Run the .exe file.
  3. Select the language and click Install.

Selecting the language and running the installation of Kaspersky Password Manager

  1. Read the Kaspersky Lab End User License Agreement carefully. Select the checkbox if you agree to its terms.
  2. Read the Privacy Policy. Select the checkbox if you agree to its terms.
  3. Click Accept.

Accepting the license agreement and the privacy policy

  1. Carefully read the Statement regarding data processing for marketing purposes. If you agree with the terms, click Accept → Yes. If you don't want your data to be used in the marketing purposes, click Cancel.

Accepting the Statement regarding data processing for marketing purposes

  1. Enter your My Kaspersky account details and click Sign In. If you don’t have an account, create a new one. For instructions on how to use My Kaspersky, see the Online Help page.

How to sign in to an account on My Kaspersky

  1. Create a master password to protect your vault and click Done. If you already have a vault, click Import existing vault.  

Creating a master password for Kaspersky Password Manager

  1. Click Install for the browsers you would like to use. Click Next. To install the extension later, click Install Extensions Later.

Installing browser extensions for Kaspersky Password Manager

To use the extension in Google Chrome, you must first manually disable the built-in password manager. See Google Chrome Help for instructions.

The application is now ready for use.

 
 
 
 
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