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How to Disable the Load Password Manager on Windows startup?

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Hello!

 

I've tried to fined way to disable Password Manager from being run at windows start but I couldn't find anything that can disable it.

 

I found this article:

http://www.kaspersky.com/support/pure/safe...m?qid=208281320

 

But I don't have the option "Load My Password Manager on Windows startup" as you can see in that picture:

http://www.kaspersky.com/support/images/su...7_4%28en%29.gif

 

 

So how can I disable this? :unsure:

 

Thanks!

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I have just upgraded my PURE to R2 but since the upgrade, on the startup of the PC (and obviously KPM) I keep getting the KPM admin password request screen, I have selected in KPM settings for "authorisation method" that authorisation is via "USB" and not the "admin password" - how can I stop this admin password request on startup of the PC/KPM?

 

Mark.

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hi, once started, how can i disable the password manager? I don't find any option to disable the load password manager on windows start-up.

 

 

My Config:

 

Windows 7 Ultimate x86

 

Kaspersky Pure 9.1.0.124

 

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You can do it in settings within password manager

Please tell me how to access this setting.

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Yes, according to the tech article, it should be the same process, although can't see that option in the PURE2 screenshot. http://support.kaspersky.com/pure2/pm?qid=208283077

OK, but where is the “Load Password Manager on Windows startup” option??? It is not visible in the screen-shot in the referred Article: 5065 either.

 

 

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You can make a smart trick with marking the stpass.exe in Application activity but surely this issue will be fixed in next version.

Thanks

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You can make a smart trick with marking the stpass.exe in Application activity but surely this issue will be fixed in next version.

Thanks

A brilliant temporary solution. Thank you very much.

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You can make a smart trick with marking the stpass.exe in Application activity but surely this issue will be fixed in next version.

Thanks

 

Hi,

please can you explain me how can i do this trick bacause i doesn't understand what are you talking about!

If i can stop password manager to startup with windows i will be very happy.

Thanks.

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Hi,

please can you explain me how can i do this trick bacause i doesn't understand what are you talking about!

If i can stop password manager to startup with windows i will be very happy.

Thanks.

I understood Petr Filippov's advice like this: Mark stpass.exe as an 'Untrusted application'.

I did it this way: Computer Protection (Main window) > Security Zone > Applications Activity. Find the process 'stpass.exe', right click, select 'Move to group' and then select 'Untrusted'. :b_lol1:

 

In most cases the PW-icon is not displayed in the system bar (at boot-time), instead you will have a green message box with “Launch of stpass.exe is denied ...”. Some times the icon appears, but you are not allowed to start the application. In this occasions you might find 2-300 entries in the log with this text “14.03.2011 11:52:24 stpass.exe Access to another process memory c:\program files (x86)\kaspersky lab\kaspersky pure\kaspersky password manager\module retargetable folder\stpass.exe Denied: Reading another processes memory “.

 

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JohnH2O

I think marking into Untrusted is so cruel for stpass.exe ^_^

 

I can advice make it a little bit tricky (at the image). I think we can do it even more complex, but in principle the Untrusted group can help the customer

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I think marking into Untrusted is so cruel for stpass.exe ^_^

Yes, I have been cruel, but fortunately the PURE system has forgiven me; I have not noticed any bad feelings.

 

Now I have done it the proper way (Rules for Application); I have given “the naughty child” ALL permissions except on: “Do not start!”. All of us, both stpass.exe, PURE and I, are happy! :bs:

 

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JohnH2O

I think marking into Untrusted is so cruel for stpass.exe ^_^

 

I can advice make it a little bit tricky (at the image). I think we can do it even more complex, but in principle the Untrusted group can help the customer

 

Thanks a lot :b_grins: It does the trick!!!!!!!!!

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IN PURE R2 can't disable autorun KPM.

then how to stop it completely i mean i dont want to secure any password and i changed my mind how to stop it

 

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then how to stop it completely i mean i dont want to secure any password and i changed my mind how to stop it

 

Yes, you CAN stop the password manager completely. Read what Petr Fillipov tells in another thread; start with post #9

 

Good luck; it works!

 

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Thanks for this tip on how to stop password manager. I was going nuts trying to find an option to turn it off.

 

One thing I'm unsure about: in Firefox 4 I had to disable "password manager autofill engine" in add-ons.

 

Is there anything to disable in Explorer 8 and how?

Edited by Morwenna

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i can't clear the password manager, even i turn off everything, i use exit everyday. help

if you guys could just ctrl + scroll to see more clearer

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i can't clear the password manager, even i turn off everything, i use exit everyday. help

if you guys could just ctrl + scroll to see more clearer

To prevent the Password Manager to start, try this:

 

PURE Main Window > Computer Protection > Security Zone (left side) > Application Activity (at the right) > Enter 'stpass.exe' in the search box > Mark the item when found > Right click > Select Rules for application > Click the Rules tab > Scroll down to the bottom, to the line 'Start' > Right click in the right column 'Permission'> Select 'Deny'. Close PURE and reboot.

 

Your image “Settings > Password > General settings” has nothing to do with the Password Manager. Please read the image text.

 

BTW, at the first I did not like the KPM, so I wanted to stop it. Now, when the KPM works properly, I have learned the benefits of this secured password manager.

 

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