Hackers may try to get your payment information (card number, name, expiration data, and CVV2) in order to then use this data to steal money from your account. Your payment information may be vulnerable in the following situations:
When you enter your card number, Yandex.Browser will warn you that your data is at risk in the following situations:
If Yandex thinks that a site is suspicious or it uses the non-secure HTTP protocol during payment processing, then the following warning will display:
We recommend that you discontinue the payment process, or else your payment data may end up in the hands of hackers.
A site's certificate confirms its authenticity and is part of the data encryption process over HTTPS. If you enter your card number on a site with a certificate that Yandex doesn't recognize, the browser will send you the following warning:
Only proceed with payment if you are sure that the certificate center listed is legitimate.
If the form you use to enter your payment information is located on a different site from the one where your payment is actually completed, then it's likely that you were directed to a phishing page. Your browser warns you about this potential danger:
Before you proceed with payment, make sure that the payment form is not located on a fraudulent site.
Follow these steps if you do want to disable card protection in your browser:
Click the icon → Settings.
In the lower part of the Settings page, click the Show advanced settings button.