Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows

About data provision

22 December 2022

ID 127996

In accepting the End User License Agreement, you agree to automatically transfer information on your use of the product, as well as the type, version and linguistic localization of the program installed, the unique identifier of the program installer and type of installation, and data on active and additional keys (including license type, validity period, date of program activation and date the license expires, the number of the license, the current state of the license, the activation server interaction protocol version).

Should the program be activated with an activation code, in order to receive statistical information on the distribution and use of the License Holder's products, you agree to automatically provide the version of the program being utilized (including information on installed program updates, the program installation identifier, and information on licenses), the version of the operating system, and program component identifiers active at the time the information is provided.

Received information is protected by Kaspersky in accordance with the law and the requirements and applicable regulations of Kaspersky.

Kaspersky uses received information entirely anonymously and only in the form of general statistical data. General statistics are automatically generated using originally collected information and do not contain any personal data or other confidential information. Originally collected information is destroyed as it is accumulated (once per year). General statistical data is stored indefinitely.

Read the End User License Agreement and visit the Kaspersky website to learn more about how we collect, process, store, and destroy information about application usage after you accept the End User License Agreement and concur with the KSN Statement. The license.txt and ksn.txt files contain the End User License Agreement and KSN Statement and are part of the program distribution package.

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