Best answer by FLOOD
Just a bit more info for you:
Even if you have a multi-device licence for a primary Kaspersky application, e.g. KAV, KIS, KTS, the KPM module shipped with the primary application is bonded to the single licence, not shareable. In other words, 1 primary K application licence shared across multiple devices not not offer separate, configurable KPM vaults.
For each family member to have a private password vault it's necessary to install a separate password manager for each person...
That means, either installing a free version of KPM (for each person) or installing a paid version of KPM (for each person)...
Free version has restrictions/limitations:
"The Free version of Kaspersky Password Manager does everything the Premium version does, but it only allows you to store a maximum total of 15 entries. That’s a maximum total of 15 passwords and confidential documents – like your passport, driver’s license and bank cards – combined. Which means it only offers you limited password storage, and limited storage for your personal data too."
- To answer the question: "Can the rest of my family access my passwords?":