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There is an excellent feature introduced by called Safe Money. This allows you to make secure transactions whenever you visit a banking or payment system online.

What’s Kaspersky Safe Money?

What is does is that whenever you open a bank’s or any other payment system website the Kaspersky Safe Money feature in Kaspersky Internet Security and Kaspersky Pure checks the page’s database and makes sure that the page is genuine and not a fake one in order for you to save you from any damage. This helps protect your personal and financial data and keeps it from getting into the wrong hands.

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The other good thing is that it helps you protect your clipboard data and prevents capturing of unauthorized screenshots while in Safe Money mode.

Although it is a great feature, some users don’t like that way it works as it opens a new when visiting a sign-in page of a banking or payment system webpage. You can turn off this feature under settings and following is the method to do so.

Enable or disable Safe Money in Windows

Step 1: Open Kaspersky Internet Security main window by double-clicking on its icon in the taskbar.

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Step 2: If you’re using KIS 2016, click on the Settings icon to open Settings dialog. If you’re using KIS 2015, you will need to click the Settings link instead.

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Step 3: On the left hand side look for the protection tab and click on it.

Step 4: Look for the Safe Money and switch it off by clicking on its switch across it.

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Enable or disable Safe Money in Kaspersky Pure

Step 1: Open Kaspersky Pure windows by clicking on its icon in the taskbar.

Step 2: Click Settings.

Step 3: Now click on the Protection tab.

Step 4: Look for the entry labelled Safe Money.

Step 5: On the right-side, uncheck the option labelled Enable Safe Money, and then click OK button to save the new setting.

 

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