So it works, but I haven't tested it. Maybe @Manzai can test it with phishing links to see if they are blocked. I would gladly do it, the only problem is that Ubuntu is my only VM which cannot imitate a Windows System, doubt if there's a Kaspersky for Linux at all.Before it even opens a website, Safe Money verifies that it isn't a fraud, and double-checks the site's security certificate. If your own system suffers security vulnerabilities that could put your private data at risk, it won't continue until you fix them. Once it does launch, it protects the browser against attacks like code injection and reading data from browser memory. It also blocks key logging and screen scraping.
I use it all the time and it does work well by providing a safe environment for your transactions!I'm currently using Kaspersky Internet Security 2015; and I use Safe Money for online shopping/internet banking. Does anyone know, if Safe Money is any good/actually works?
Hi Tony,Hi Cowpipe! I have messaged Manzai, I hope may be Manzai would be so kind and do a review. Hope you are well.
Actually you can do these tests yourselves, the links are not malicious, they just trick you into entering your personal data. I always run Phishing Links from the Malware Hub with only Sandboxie as it is no harm if you already know it's phishing. Even trojan-infested sites are safe as long as you don't click ANY prompt.Hi Cowpipe! I have messaged Manzai, I hope may be Manzai would be so kind and do a review. Hope you are well.