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How to protect online transactions with Kaspersky Internet Security 19

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Latest update: 2019 May 31 ID: 14479
 
 
 
 

When you open the pages of online payment systems, Kaspersky Internet Security prompts you to open the website in Protected Browser. In this mode, your browser opens in an isolated environment so that other applications cannot infiltrate it. 

With Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer, Protected Browser opens in a new window. In Microsoft Edge, it opens in the same window. The color of the frame indicates the protection status: 

  • Green. All checks have been completed successfully. You can use the Protected Browser safely.
  • Yellow. Security issues have been detected. The application can detect the following threats and security issues:
    • Untrusted module. Scan and disinfection required.
    • Rootkit. Scan and disinfection is required.
    • Operating system vulnerability. Installation of operating system updates is required.
    • Bank or payment system certificate is invalid. The solution checks if the certificate is present in the compromised certificates database. We do not recommend that you perform financial transactions on such websites.

Until the detected threats are neutralized, the security of your connection to the banking or payment web page is not guaranteed. 

In the Protected Browser mode, Kaspersky Internet Security blocks: 

  • Spyware from making screenshots. 
  • Access to the clipboard during transactions. The clipboard is only blocked when untrusted applications try to access it. If you copy information from one window to another manually, access to the clipboard is allowed.  

All information is cleared from the clipboard after exiting Protected Browser.

Kaspersky Internet Security does not collect and store your private data.

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How to use Safe Money

 
 
 
 
 

How to add a website to the Safe Money list

 
 
 
 
 

How to enable or disable Safe Money

 
 
 
 
 

How to choose a browser to open websites from the Safe Money interface

 
 
 
 
 

What to do in case of errors

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
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