marg

Level 12
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I got this download automatically. Has anyone else get it downloaded automatically as well? I have not activated it yet as I want to get feedback from others first. Thanks! Marg
 

JB007

Level 21
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Hello,
I'm an old user of LastPass free but now I have KTS so I have also KPM.
But I don't know if I can import (upload) all my LastPass passwords into KPM ?
Thanks for your help ?
 

JB007

Level 21
Verified
Hello,
I'm using Firefox.
I have just noticed that when I open the Kaspersky secure browser, the Kaspersky password manager extension is missing.
I also try with Chrome and got the same problem.
Is it normal ?
 
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venustus

Level 50
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Hello,
I'm using Firefox.
I have just noticed that when I open the Kaspersky secure browser, the Kaspersky password manager extension is missing.
I also try with Chrome and got the same problem.
Is it normal ?
The solution in FireFox is to open the safe web browser which does not have Password Manager listed in the add-ons and extensions then click on Tools>>Add-Ons and click on Extensions. In the Extensions window click on the gear icon and select Install Add-on From File... In the Open dialog box the user then must navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Password Manager 8.0.6 folder. From that folder the user should select kpm.xpi and click on add. This will add Kaspersky Password Manager to the protected web browser's list of add-ons.
Hope this helps anyone else with this issue/problem of not having Kaspersky Password Manager in their safe web browser after updating Kaspersky Password Manager to version 8.0.6.538. It is still a bug that Kaspersky needs to fix in the update, but at least there is a resolution to get Kaspersky Password Manager working again in the protected browser.

Link

Does this help?
 

JB007

Level 21
Verified
The solution in FireFox is to open the safe web browser which does not have Password Manager listed in the add-ons and extensions then click on Tools>>Add-Ons and click on Extensions. In the Extensions window click on the gear icon and select Install Add-on From File... In the Open dialog box the user then must navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Password Manager 8.0.6 folder. From that folder the user should select kpm.xpi and click on add. This will add Kaspersky Password Manager to the protected web browser's list of add-ons.
Hope this helps anyone else with this issue/problem of not having Kaspersky Password Manager in their safe web browser after updating Kaspersky Password Manager to version 8.0.6.538. It is still a bug that Kaspersky needs to fix in the update, but at least there is a resolution to get Kaspersky Password Manager working again in the protected browser.

Link

Does this help?
Thanks @venustus
I immediatly try your solution but I cannot find "kpm.xpi" :(
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