Install Kaspersky Password Manager
Installation Process for Kaspersky Password Manager
Step 1 - Save the Installation File
Click the download link provided in your order email to begin. If the link has expired, download here.
You will be asked to Run, Save or Cancel the download. Click Save.
The web browser will then ask you where to save the file. Use the drop-down menu to select your Desktop, then click Save. This will look different if you are using Windows XP or a web browser other than Internet Explorer.
The download process will begin. When the download completes, click Close.
Locate the file on your Desktop. Double-click the file to begin the installation process. You may receive a warning that the publisher could not be verified. Click Run.
Step 2 - Installation Process
The Setup Wizard will open. Click Next to begin the installation.
Read the End User License Agreement. Select I accept the agreement and then click Next.
Select the destination where you would like Kaspersky Password Manager installed. Click Next.
Select a folder for the program's shortcuts. Click Next.
If you would like to create a shortcut on your desktop, check Create a desktop icon, then click Next.
The program is ready to be installed. Click Install.
Once the program has installed, click Finish.
Step 3 - Configuration Process
You will be asked to create a Master Password. This is your private key to all the passwords and other personal information in Kaspersky Password Manager. Without the Master Password, no one will be able to gain access to the Password Database.
Using your keyboard, or the Use Virtual Keyboard link, enter and confirm your Master Password. Use the Password Strength indicator to ensure you've chosen a strong password.
Check the box I have read the information below about the importance of my Master Password upon reading the information. Then click Next.
Your passwords and personal information are encrypted and stored in a Password Database, which has restricted access. Select the authorization method that will be used to access the database:
- Password protection - access the database by entering the Master Password
- USB device - access the database by connecting a USB device to the computer
- Bluetooth device - access the database when a connection between the computer and the selected Bluetooth device is established
- No authorization - access to the database is not secured. This option is not recommended as it may put your data at risk.
You can block access to Kaspersky Password Manager when the computer is inactive. Select the time when the program will be automatically locked. Then check the box Request Master Password when Kaspersky Password Mangers starts. Click Next.