Protect Your Digital Identity
Kaspersky Password Manager is an indispensable tool for active Internet users. This is completely automated the process of entering passwords and other Web sites and prevents the user the trouble to create and remember multiple passwords.
When using Kaspersky Password Manager to start the session, you can be sure that your data is safe. The software creates exceptionally strong passwords and prevents access to your data being stolen. All sensitive data is encrypted and in a dedicated database on your computer.
Kaspersky Password Manager makes your web experience safer, faster and more convenient.
Allows you to websites and applications with one click access Stores passwords in an encrypted database on your computer Create a strong password for each account only It includes a mobile version that can be loaded from a flash drive and run on another computer Automatically fills a long
- Application with a single click
Kaspersky Password Manager stores the usernames and passwords with so assigned, if you automatically on a website to provide your login information back. Kaspersky Password Manager also works with applications that require authentication.
- Reliable protection of your passwords
Kaspersky Password Manager securely stores your passwords and personal data into a special database that is encrypted on your computer. Stored passwords can be decrypted only with a defined master password or other authentication method by the user. This ensures that passwords are secure and prevent criminals from stealing.
- Supports multiple authentication methods
Kaspersky Password Manager helps you to access its database of passwords with one master password or via a USB or Bluetooth. You can even have your cell phone: Passwords can be set up that are only available when the phone is connected to a computer via Bluetooth. If you leave your computer on the phone with you, the database will be automatically blocked.
- Generate strong passwords
Data security is directly dependent on the strength of your passwords. Users often have the same or similar passwords for multiple accounts. By breaking a single word cyber criminals can access multiple accounts. The integrated password generator Kaspersky Password Manager to create passwords that are extremely difficult to decipher.
- Import passwords from other operating systems and applications
With Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox passwords are stored in an unprotected format and can be easily accessed by cyber criminals. Kaspersky Password Manager helps you, and import unprotected passwords in the database of encrypted passwords.
- Mobile Version
Mobile version of Kaspersky Password Manager provides access to your passwords while you work on any computer without installing anything. The mobile version can be launched from the different types of mobile devices such as flash drives. If the device is removed, Kaspersky Password Manager disables the database passwords and automatically removes all traces of data from the host computer’s password.
- Fills long forms
Website is often the input of personal information about the user name and password required. These additional data: your full name, birth date, gender, e-mail address, telephone number, country of residence, etc. Kaspersky Password Manager to fill in these forms automatically, so that the use of information in advance. Several passes may be used to store information about the separate business and personal.
- Multiple users from a single account provider
Sometimes you have multiple passwords for a single site will be stored. For example, you may have registered multiple mailboxes, each with a different purpose, with an e-mail service provider only. Kaspersky Password Manager can store multiple users on a single vendor and want to use the Check log in.
- Automatic Backup
Kaspersky Password Manager automatically creates a backup of the database password on your computer every time you change it. You can easily restore your passwords if the current database is accidentally damaged, or if you want to return to a previous version.
- Effective protection against key loggers
A keylogger is a malicious program that keystrokes on the victim’s computer traces of illegal arrest of the user personal data such as passwords. Kaspersky Password Manager enters passwords without keyboard and protect personal information from keyloggers.
- Protection from phishing attacks
Phishing is a type of enemy activity in which a cybercriminal invites the user to visit a Web site to users into revealing their account information trick. The fake website looks identical to the source page and the user therefore unwittingly provides personal data. Kaspersky Password Manager effectively respond to phishing attacks by verifying that the URL is authentic and whether the software is current.
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic (32/64 bit)
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (32/64 bits)
Microsoft Windows Vista Business (32/64 bits)
Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise (32/64 bits)
Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate (32/64 bit)
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32/64 bits)
Professional Microsoft Windows 7 (32/64 bits)
Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (32/64 bit)
At least 512 MB of RAM
10 MB free space on hard disk
Supported Web Browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 to 9.0
Mozilla Firefox 2.x – 9.x
Google Chrome 6.0 to 16.0
Firefox 2.0.8 – 2.3
Kaspersky Password Manager supports only 32-bit applications and browsers. Kaspersky Password Manager does not work in Safe Mode from the following products from Kaspersky Lab: Kaspersky Internet Security 2014, Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 (for applications in Safe Mode, Safe Mode for Web sites, online backup).
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More information about Kaspersky Password Manager you may find at Kaspersky Lab official website: http://www.kaspersky.com/kaspersky-password-manager