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How to keep bank secure links list when renewing licence ?

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Hello,

I am using Kaspersky Internet security with licence and need to order my licence renewing.

However, how can I protect (and keep) the list of all created financial protected links before renewing ??

Last year this list was completely erased by installing the 2018 edition...

Thanks a lot for your help !

Pol

 

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Welcome to the user forum!

Are you planning on applying your new license to the 2018 version and continuing to use it or upgrading to the 2019 version?

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Thank you for your kind reply !

I don't know exactly what to do (3 Pc's already running with 'Internet Security'), wether buy the renewing licences (3) and reinstal the whole OR just enter the new licence key with the 3 running identical versions but shall I have the 2019 version ?...

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If you are happy with the 2018 version, you can simply apply the new activation code and continue using it.  I would suggest buying the code and then waiting until a day before expiration, then enter your new code. To do this, open the GUI, click on License (lower-right), Enter Activation Code.  You can do this on all 3 machines.  Once activated, you can upgrade to the 2019 version at anytime.

 

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Thank you dh27564, this is a good idea and I think it is the way to go !

Best regards and a big thank you :o)

Pol

 

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17 hours ago, pfgbel47 said:

How can I protect (and keep) the list of all created financial protected links before renewing ?

Hey pfgbel47,

#Also#

Before you add licence, upgrade / anything, export Kaspersky settings, in theory the .cfg file will retain all configured settings. 

After you've upgraded/made any changes to the Kaspersky application check all your configured settings are as you wish, if not, import the exported .cfg file.[K][Export settings].jpg

Cheers!

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7 hours ago, K-SNAFU said:

#Also#

Before you add licence, upgrade / anything, export Kaspersky settings, in theory the .cfg file will retain all configured settings. 

Does that created .cfg contain the Bank / Safe Money LINKS?? 

Before updating create a text file with the required links?

Before updating create folder of Favorites /Bookmarks in your browser?

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3 hours ago, wgcuser said:

1. Does that created .cfg contain the Bank / Safe Money LINKS?

Hey wgcuser,
1. Yes:
                <SafeBanking.FrequentlyUsedWebSites unique_id="x">
                    <usersUsedWebSites>                     
                            <usedWebSites>
                                <item_0000 unique_id="X" homePage="https://XXX.com.XX" totalVisitsCount="2">
                                    <lastVisitedUrls item_0000="https://XXX.com.XX" item_0001="https://XXX.com.XX/" />

* x's manually added to protect identifying info *
Cheers!

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3 hours ago, K-SNAFU said:

Hey wgcuser,
1. Yes:
                <SafeBanking.FrequentlyUsedWebSites unique_id="x">
                    <usersUsedWebSites>                     
                            <usedWebSites>
                                <item_0000 unique_id="X" homePage="https://XXX.com.XX" totalVisitsCount="2">
                                    <lastVisitedUrls item_0000="https://XXX.com.XX" item_0001="https://XXX.com.XX/" />

* x's manually added to protect identifying info *
Cheers!

Hey @K-SNAFU that is good news I'll try it out!

Presume you are talking about a .cfg export from KIS v19.0.0.1088(d) ?

wgcuser

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5 hours ago, wgcuser said:

Presume you are talking about a .cfg export from KIS v19.0.0.1088(d) ?

Hey wgcuser,

My understanding (from Kaspersky) is the method is the same.

To use different processes for a standard function would be too weird, even for Kaspersky.

Cheers!

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