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PDF Content Summary: For Defender Models: • Defender 2000 • Defender 3000 • Defender Elite30 • Defender Elite200 • Defender Elite300 Kanguru Defender Secure USB Flash Drive User Manual Copyright 2019, All Rights Reserved

Notices and Information NOTICES AND INFORMATION Please be aware of the following points before using your Kanguru Defender flash drive Copyright © 2019 Kanguru Solutions. All rights reserved. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Inc. All other brands or product names are trademarks of their respective companies or organizations. Kanguru Solutions will not be held responsible for any illegal use of this product nor any losses incurred while using this product. The user is solely responsible for the copyright laws, and is fully responsible for any illegal actions taken. Customer Service To obtain service or technical support for your system, please contact Kanguru Solutions Technical Support Department at 508-376-4245, or visit Kanguru.com for web support. Legal notice In no event shall Kanguru Solutions’ liability exceed the price paid for the product from direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential software, or its documentation. Kanguru Solutions offers no refunds for its products. Kanguru Solutions makes no warranty or representation, expressed, implied, or statutory, with respect to its products or the contents or use of this documentation and all accompanying software, and specifically disclaims its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose. Kanguru Solutions reserves the right to revise or update its products, software, or documentation without obligation to notify any individual or entity. Export Law Compliance Regardless of any disclosure made to Kanguru Solutions pertaining to the ultimate destination of the specific Kanguru product, you warrant that you will not export, directly or indirectly, any Kanguru product without first obtaining the approval of Kanguru Solutions and the appropriate export license from the Department of Commerce or other agency of the United States Government. Kanguru Solutions has a wide range of products and each product family has different license requirements relative to exports. Defragmenting Flash Memory Warning Do not attempt to defragment your Kanguru Defender Flash Drive. Flash memory does not need to be defragmented and does not gain any performance by doing so. Defragmenting your flash drive can actually degrade the flash memory which may reduce the drive’s total capacity and lifespan. 2 Table of Contents Table of Contents 1. Introduction ..........................................................................................5 1.1 Package Contents .............................................................................5 1.2 System Requirements ......................................................................5 1.3 Features ............................................................................................5 1.4 Remote Management Capability .....................................................6 1.5 FIPS 140-2 Certified Drives ............................................................6 1.6 Common Criteria Certified Drives ..................................................6 1.7 The Write Protect Switch .................................................................7 2. Kanguru Defender Manager ...............................................................8 2.1 Running KDM .................................................................................8 2.1.1 Running KDM on Windows ...................................................8 2.1.2 Running KDM on Mac OS X .................................................10 2.1.3 Running KDM on Ubuntu Linux ...........................................11 2.1.4 Running KDM on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 ......................12 2.2 The Setup Wizard ............................................................................13 2.2.1 Selecting a Setup Language ....................................................13 2.2.2 Activating On-board Antivirus Protection (Windows only) ...14 2.2.3 KRMC Cloud ..........................................................................15 2.2.4 Contact Info ............................................................................16 2.2.5 Setting a Password ..................................................................17 2.2.6 Enabling Self Service Password Management .......................18 2.3 The Login Window ..........................................................................19 2.3.1 Enabling and Disabling Autorun Functionality ....................20 2.3.2 Enabling Software Write Protection .......................................20 2.3.3 Resetting Your Login Password ..............................................21 2.3.4 Resetting You Device from the Login Screen .........................23 2.3.5 Using the Virtual Keyboard to Enter Your Password..............24 2.4 The KDM Taskbar Menu .................................................................25 2.4.1 Encrypting Files and Folders ..................................................26 2.4.2 Enabling On-board Antivirus (Windows only) .......................27 2.4.3 The Onboard Antivirus console ..............................................27 2.4.3.1 Device Scan ..................................................................28 2.4.3.2 Path Scan ......................................................................29 2.4.3.3 File Scan .......................................................................30 2.4.3.4 Antivirus License ..........................................................31 2.4.4 Changing Your Password ........................................................32 2.4.4.1 Self Service Password Management ............................33 2.4.5 KRMC Cloud Settings ...........................................................35 2.4.6 Contact Info ............................................................................36 2.4.7 Changing Languages ...............................................................37 2.4.8 Connection Settings and Configuring a Proxy Server ............38 3 Table of Contents 2.5 Online Documentation .....................................................................39 2.6 About KDM .....................................................................................39 2.7 Unmounting Your Defender ............................................................40 3. Updating Your Defender Flash Drive .................................................41 3.1 Updating standard edition drives .....................................................41 3.2 Updating KRMC enterprise edition drives ......................................42 3.3 Verifying the download checksum ..................................................42 4. Safely Removing Your Defender Flash Drive ....................................43 4.1 Safely Removing from Windows ....................................................43 4.2 Safely Removing from Mac OS X ..................................................44 4.3 Safely Removing from Linux ..........................................................44 5. Technical Specifications .......................................................................45 5.1 Defender 2000 ................................................................................45 5.2 Defender 3000 ................................................................................46 5.3 Defender Elite30 ..............................................................................47 5.4 Defender Elite200 ............................................................................48 5.5 Defender Elite300 ............................................................................49 6. Warranty Information .........................................................................50 7. Tech Support ........................................................................................50 Appendix A - Common Criteria Certified Versions ...................................51 Appendix B - Proxy Support ........................................................................52 4 Introduction 1. Introduction The Kanguru Defender flash drive is a hardware encrypted, tamper proof USB flash drive. The Defender flash drive contains two partitions: a CD-ROM partition and a secure, encrypted partition. The CD-ROM partition contains the login application that will allow you to access the secured partition. The secure partition is where your actual data will be stored. The Kanguru Defender flash drive secures your sensitive data using: • 256-bit AES hardware encryption • Secure password protection 1.1 Package Contents Please check the contents of the package you received. If any of the parts listed below are missing, please contact Kanguru Solutions (508-376-4245) and you will be shipped replacement parts immediately. • Kanguru Defender USB Flash Drive • Quick Start Guide • Registration Form 1.2 System Requirements • 1 available USB port (USB 2.0 or higher recommended) • 256MB of internal DDR RAM or more • 500MHz internal CPU or faster • For supported operating systems see Chapter 5. Technical Specifications on page 45 1.3 Features √ 256-bit AES hardware encryption √ Password protected secure partition for your important data √ Does NOT require Admin privileges (except with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5) √ Driverless installation (Plug & Play) √ High-strength alloy housing √ On-board antivirus protection √ HIPAA compliant √ Sarbanes Oxley compliant √ GLB compliant √ Remote Management ready √ TAA compliant 5 Introduction 1.4 Remote Management Capability The Kanguru Defender flash drive can be remotely managed using the Kanguru Remote Management Console (KRMC). KRMC is a web-based application that gives administrators a complete USB management system. With KRMC you will be able to: √ Remotely manage your Defender drives √ Remotely delete all data off a drive √ Reset user passwords √ Locate devices via IP address (IP Address / network location) √ Locate devices via hostname √ Create remote policy modifications like: ○ Password Strength and Length (e.g. 10 characters: 2 upper, 2 numbers, etc) ○ Limit Invalid Login Attempts (e.g. 6 retries before drive is wiped) ○ Rate at which password should be changed (e.g. every 30, 60, or 90 days) √ Create user groups You Kanguru Defender flash drive does not come with KRMC enabled by default. For more information about KRMC, visit: kanguru.com/remote-management/remote-management-suite.shtml 1.5 FIPS 140-2 Certified Drives The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Publication 140-2 is a U.S. government computer security standard used to accredit cryptographic modules. • The Defender Elite200 and Elite300 have been certified for FIPS 140-2 Security Level 2 ○ Security Level 2 improves upon the physical security mechanisms of the cryptographic module by requiring features that show evidence of tampering, including tamper-evident coatings or seals that must be broken to attain physical access to the plaintext cryptographic keys and critical security parameters within the module. • The Defender 2000 and Defender 3000 have been certified for FIPS 140-2 Security Level 3 ○ In addition to the tamper-evident physical security mechanisms required at Security Level 2, Security Level 3 attempts to prevent an intruder from gaining access to critical security parameters held within the cryptographic module. Physical security mechanisms required at Security Level 3 have a high probability of detecting and responding to attempts at physical access, use or modification of the cryptographic module. 1.6 Common Criteria Certified Drives Common Criteria provides an international set of guidelines for evaluating data security products, ensuring that they meet strict, security standards for government deployments. Several specific Defender flash drives have been Common Criteria certified. For more information please refer to Appendix A - Common Criteria Certified Versions on page 51 6 1.7 The Write Protect Switch Kanguru Defender Elite30, Elite200 and Elite300 flash drives have a physical write protect switch located on the edge of the drive, near the USB connector: Introduction • Unlocked - Push the write protect switch towards the USB connector side of the device to set it in the unlocked position. When the write protect switch is set in the unlock position, the device will function normally. • Locked - Push the write protect switch towards the LED side of the device to set it in the locked position. When set in the lock position, the write protect switch will prevent data from being written to the device’s secure partition. Important! For devices with a physical write protect switch, the write protect switch must be set in the intended functioning position (i.e. locked or unlocked) prior to connecting the drive to the computer. WARNING! You may receive an error if you attempt to setup or login to your device while the write protect switch is set in the locked position. Please check and make sure that the write protect switch is set in the unlocked position. It is highly recommended to go through the setup wizard, login and mount the device’s secure partition before setting the write protect switch to the locked position. Note: The Defender 2000 and Defender 3000 flash drives use software based write protection and do not have a physical switch. To enable the software write protection on a Defender 2000 or Defender 3000, please refer to section 2.3.2 Enabling Software Write Protection (Defender 2000 and 3000 only) on page 20. 7 2. Kanguru Defender Manager Kanguru Defender Manager (KDM) is the client program preloaded on the Defender’s CD-ROM partition. The user needs to login to KDM in order to access the secure, encrypted partition. KDM comes pre-installed on your Defender flash drive. No installation to your PC is necessary. KDM is named differently for each model: • KDM2000 = Defender 2000 • KDM3000 = Defender 3000 • KDME30 = Defender Elite30 • KDME200 = Defender Elite200 • KDME300 = Defender Elite300 2.1 Running KDM The Kanguru Defender flash drive is compatible with multiple operating systems. Running the KDM application can be different depending on the operating system your computer is running. For more info on which operating systems are supported by your device, please refer to Chapter 5. Technical Specifications on page 45 2.1.1 Running KDM on Windows To run KDM from a Windows operating system, simply connect your Defender flash drive to your computer through a USB port. The KDM application should start automatically if Autorun is enabled. If KDM does not start automatically: 1. Open an explorer window and open the Defender’s CD-ROM partition. The drive letter (e.g. D:, E:, F:) will depend on your computer. Running Kanguru Defender Manager 2. Double-click on the KDM.exe file to launch the KDM application. ○ If it is your first time running KDM you will need to complete the setup wizard (see section 2.2 The Setup Wizard on page 13). ○ If you have already gone through the setup wizard, you will be prompted to login (see section 2.3 The Login Window on page 19). Caution! The ‘KDM.exe’ file needs to remain on your Defender’s CD-ROM partition at all times. Always run the application from the Defender’s CD-ROM partition. Do not try to copy KDM or run KDM from your computer’s hard drive. Note: Windows 7 users may not see the removable disk partition until you have logged into KDM. If you are running Windows 7 and for any reason need to see the removable disk before you log into KDM please refer to the instructions on p.9. 8 Attention Windows Users Windows 7 users may not see the removable disk partition until you have logged into KDM. This is normal. If you are running Windows 7 or 8 and for any reason need to see the removable disk before you log into KDM, you will need to configure Windows in the following manner: Note: This is user preference only. There is no need to configure Windows in order to use your Defender flash drive. 1. Open the Folder and search options. ○ Windows 7 : Open My Computer, click on the Organize tab and then select Folder and search options. ○ Windows 8 : Open an explorer window, click on the View tab, click on Options > Change Folder and Search Options Windows 7 Windows 8 2. The Folder Options window appears. Scroll down to the option for Hidden Files and Folders and select Show hidden files, folders, and drives. Running Kanguru Defender Manager 3. Click on the OK button to finish configuring Windows. The removable disk should now be visible before you login to KDM. 9 2.1.2 Running KDM on Mac OS X To run KDM from Mac OS X, connect your Defender flash drive to your computer through a USB port. A CD icon named ‘KDM’ will appear on the desktop. Double click on the KDM icon to open it. Running Kanguru Defender Manager In the window that opens, double-click on the KDM.app file to launch the KDM application. • If it is your first time running KDM you will need to complete the setup wizard in order to set your security password (see section 2.2 The Setup Wizard on page 13). • If you have already setup your security password, you will be prompted to login (see section 2.3 The Login Window on page 19). Caution! The ‘KDM.app’ file needs to remain on your Defender’s CD-ROM partition at all times. Always run the application from the Defender’s CD-ROM partition. Do not try to copy KDM or run KDM from your computer’s hard drive. Note: The KDM icon is not always displayed on the desktop. If you do not see the KDM icon on your desktop, you can locate the ‘KDM.app’ file on the CD-Rom partition through the Finder window. 10 2.1.3 Running KDM on Ubuntu Linux The following Defender flash drive models are supported on Linux Ubuntu: • Defender 2000 • Defender 3000 • Defender Elite200 • Defender Elite300 To run KDM from an Ubuntu Linux operating system, connect your Defender to your computer through a USB port. A ‘KDM’ icon will appear on the desktop. Double click on the KDM icon to open it. Running Kanguru Defender Manager In the window that opens, double-click on the KDM file to launch the KDM application. • If it is your first time running KDM you will need to complete the setup wizard in order to set your security password (see section 2.2 The Setup Wizard on page 13). • If you have already setup your security password, you will be prompted to login (see section 2.3 The Login Window on page 19). Caution! The KDM file needs to remain on your Defender’s CD-ROM partition at all times. Always run the application from the Defender’s CD-ROM partition. Do not try to copy KDM or run KDM from your computer’s hard drive. 11 2.1.4 Running KDM on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Only the following Defender flash drive models are supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5: • Defender 2000 • Defender Elite200 Note: You must have Super User or Root privileges in order to run KDM on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. To run KDM from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 operating system, connect your Defender flash drive to your computer through a USB port. A CD icon named ‘KDM’ will appear on the desktop. If the KDM window doesn’t open automatically, double click on the KDM icon to open it. Running Kanguru Defender Manager From the window that opens, copy the kdm_exec.sh shell script file to a location on your computer’s local hard drive. Once the kdm_exec.sh shell script has been copied to a local hard drive, you can execute KDM through the Terminal: 1. Open the Terminal window by clicking on Applications → Accessories → Terminal. The Terminal location may be different depending on which version of Red Hat you are running. 2. From the Terminal, navigate to the directory where you copied the kdm_exec.sh shell script file to. 3. Type, “chmod 007 kdm_exec.sh” to allow full execute permission. 4. Type, “./kdm_exec.sh” to execute the shell script. ○ If it is your first time running KDM you will need to complete the setup wizard in order to set your security password (see section 2.2 The Setup Wizard on page 13). ○ If you have already setup your security password, you will be prompted to login (see section 2.3 The Login Window on page 19). 12 2.2 The Setup Wizard When you start KDM for the first time you will be greeted by the Setup Wizard. Follow the Setup Wizard instructions to create a security password for your Defender’s secure, encrypted partition. Caution! Once the Setup Wizard has started, you should not disconnect your Defender flash drive without either first completing the Setup Wizard or closing the Setup Wizard by clicking on the X button. 2.2.1 Selecting a Setup Language The default language for the Setup Wizard is English. To run the Setup Wizard in a different language:

1. From the Welcome screen, click on the The Setup Wizard icon in the Language Menu.

2. A list of available languages will appear in a drop down menu. Select your desired language from the drop down menu. The Setup Wizard will switch to the new language. 3. Click on the Next button to continue to the next step. 13 2.2.2 Activating On-board Antivirus Protection (Windows only) This section does not apply if you are running the Setup Wizard in Linux or Mac OS X. This section does not apply to Enterprise Edition users. Antivirus for Enterprise Edition is activated through Kanguru Remote Management Console (KRMC). Enterprise Edition users, please contact your administrator. Note: Your Defender flash drive will need to be connected to a computer with internet access in order to register for on-board antivirus protection. KDM will automatically check during the Setup Wizard for a valid antivirus license key. The Setup Wizard If your Defender flash drive does not already have a valid antivirus license key, then you must fill out the registration form with the required information and then click on the Apply button to activate your free antivirus trial. Click on the Skip button if you do not wish to activate antivirus protection. If you decide not to activate your antivirus at this point, you will not be able to activate it in the future without first resetting your drive back to the factory default setting. Click on the Next button to continue with setting up your Defender’s security password. 14 2.2.3 KRMC Cloud Note: This section does not apply to KRMC Enterprise Edition users. Kanguru Defender flash drives can be remotely managed using the Kanguru Remote Management Console (KRMC). KRMC Cloud is hosted on Kanguru’s server and can be enabled on any non-Enterprise Defender flash drive. The Setup Wizard To Enable KRMC Cloud functionality: 1. Select the Enable KRMC Cloud option and then click on the Apply button. 2. A dialog box will appear instructing you to enter your KRMC Cloud Account ID. Click on the OK button. 3. Enter your KRMC Cloud Account ID in the field provided, and then click on the Register button. This will register your device with your KRMC Cloud account. Note: If you have not purchased a KRMC Cloud license and do not have a KRMC Cloud Account ID then please contact Kanguru Sales to purchase a KRMC Cloud license. If you have a KRMC Cloud account but do not remember your KRMC Cloud Account ID, please contact Kanguru Technical Support. If you choose not to remotely manage your Defender using KRMC Cloud, select the Disable KRMC Cloud option and then click on the Apply button. You will not be able to enable KRMC Cloud functionality again, unless you first reset your drive to the factory default. Click on the Next button to continue setting up your drive. 15 2.2.4 Contact Info If you chose to manage your drive using KRMC Cloud, then the information entered in the Contact Info window will automatically be imported to the KRMC Cloud server when you register your drive. If you did not enable KRMC Cloud then you can skip this step. Note: This section does not apply to KRMC Enterprise Edition users. The Setup Wizard Fill in your information in the appropriate fields and then click on the Apply button. Any field that appear with a * next to it is a mandatory field and must be filled out. Note: If you need to update the contact information after completing the setup wizard, you can do so by logging into KDM, clicking the Kanguru icon in the taskbar and then clicking Security Settings (see setion 2.4.6 Contact Info on page 36). A window will appear confirming that your data has been saved. Click on the OK button to close the window and then click on the Next button to finish setting up your drive. 16 2.2.5 Setting a Password From the Set Password screen: The Setup Wizard 4. Enter your password in the ‘Password’ field. You can enter your password using KDM’s Virtual Keyboard by clicking the VK button. For more information on using the Virtual Keyboard see section 2.3.5 Using the Virtual Keyboard to Enter Your Password on page 24. Note: For security reasons, it is recommended that you incorporate letters, numbers and symbols to achieve maximum security. 5. Enter the same password in the ‘Confirm Password’ field for verification. If your passwords do not match or there is any other issue with the password which you have entered in the Set Password section, an explanation will be visible in the ‘Password Info’ window. Note: The ‘Password Info’ window will inform you if there are any password requirements. It updates in real time. Disregard the messages in the Password Info box until you have finished entering your password into both the Password and Confirm Password fields. 6. Click on the Apply button to set your password. 17 2.2.6 Enabling Self Service Password Management Enabling Self Service Password Management (SSPM) functionality will allow you to reset your Defender’s password and regain access to your data. The SSPM feature is free if your device is being managed by KRMC Cloud. Otherwise a SSPM license key is required. You will not be able to use the SSPM feature until you have purchased a SSPM license and registered an email address. Enabling SSPM requires an internet connection. If you do not have KRMC Cloud or a SSPM license key, either contact Kanguru to purchase a SSPM or KRMC Cloud license, or select the Disable Service option and then click on the Apply button. If you decide to enable the SSPM service: 1. Select the Enable Service option and then click on the Apply button. Note: If you want SSPM but have not purchased an SSPM license, or if you do not have internet access, you can select ‘I will set this up later’ and then click on the Next button. See section 2.4.4.1 Self Service Password Management on page 33 for information on completing SSPM setup. The Setup Wizard 2. Next you’ll need to register an email address where a password reset link can be sent in case you forget your login password. Enter your email in the corresponding fields. 3. Enter your SSPM license key in the ‘Enter License Key’ field and then click on the Send button. Your SSPM license key should have been e-mailed to you when you purchased your SSPM subscription. Contact Kanguru if you did not receive your SSPM license. 4. An email containing your activation code will be sent to the email address you entered above validation. Enter the activation code into the ‘Enter Activation Code’ field and then click on the Activate button. The activation code field is case sensitive. Please enter your activation code exactly as it appears in the email that you received from Kanguru. 5. Click on the OK button to close the window, and then click on the Next button. Congratulations! Your Defender flash drive is now setup and ready to use. 18 2.3 The Login Window Anytime you run KDM, you will be asked to login using your security password. You need to provide the correct security password in order to access the Defender’s secure partition. The Login Window When the login window appears: 1. Enter your password in the ‘Password’ field. 2. Click on the Login button. Caution! By default, if you enter your password incorrectly six times in a row any data stored on the secure partition will automatically be erased for security purposes. You will be issued an on-screen warning when you have one attempt remaining, to prevent accidental erasure. To cancel the login process, click on the Cancel button. Unplugging and then reinserting your Defender flash drive or manually restarting KDM.exe will bring the login window back. Once you have successfully logged in to KDM, the Defender’s secure partition will be accessible through My Computer or Windows Explorer. For more information on accessing the secure partition, see section 2.4.1 Encrypting Files and Folders on page 26. Caution! Once KDM has started, you should never disconnect your device without first closing KDM properly by clicking the KDM task bar icon and selecting Unmount Kanguru Defender as described in section 2.7 Unmounting Your Defender on page 40. 19 2.3.1 Enabling and Disabling Autorun Functionality (KRMC Managed Devices only) If your Defender flash drive is being managed by KRMC or KLA, you may see an ‘Autorun’ checkbox. This means that your administrator has configured your drive to auto-execute a file saved on your drive’s secure partition every time you successfully login. You can disable the Autorun functionality by unchecking this box. 2.3.2 Enabling Software Write Protection (Defender 2000 and 3000 only) Unlike other Defender models, the Defender 2000 and Defender 3000 do not have a physical write protect switch, but rather use software write protection. To enable write protection on a Defender 2000 or Defender 3000 device, click on box for Enable write protection in the login window. The Login Window When you login to your device, you will not be able to write to or modify any files on the secure partition. To disable write protection, you must unmount the secure partition, restart KDM and then uncheck the Enable write protection box the next time you are at the login screen. 20 2.3.3 Resetting Your Login Password If you enabled Self Service Password Management functionality and completed the setup process (see section 2.2.6 Enabling Self Service Password Management on page 18) then you will see a “Forgot Password” button in the login window. In the even that you forget your login password, you can use the Self Service Password Management feature to reset the login password and regain access to the secure partition. To reset your Defender’s login password: 1. Click on the Forgot Password button. 2. An email is sent to the email address that you registered for SSPM and a code verification window appears. The Login Window 3. Check your email for a message sent from noreply-krmc@kanguru.com. The email should be titled “Self Service Password Management” and will contain a password management code. 4. Enter the password management code into the code verification window and then click on the Verify code button. The password management code is case sensitive. Make sure you input the password exactly as it appears in the e-mail that you received. 21 The Login Window 5. If the password management code is verified, the Change Password window appears. 6. Enter your new password in the ‘Password’ field. You can enter your password using KDM’s Virtual Keyboard by clicking the VK button. For more information on using the Virtual Keyboard see section 2.3.5 Using the Virtual Keyboard to Enter Your Password on page 24. Note: For security reasons, it is recommended that you incorporate letters, numbers and symbols to achieve maximum security. 7. Enter the same password in the ‘Confirm Password’ field for verification. If your passwords do not match or there is any other issue with the password which you have entered in the Set Password section, an explanation will be visible in the ‘Password Info’ window. Note: The ‘Password Info’ window will inform you if there are any password requirements. It updates in real time. Disregard the messages in the Password Info box until you have finished entering your password into both the Password and Confirm Password fields. 8. If the passwords you entered match, you will see the following message in the ‘Password Info’ window. Click on the Apply button to set your password. 9. Click the OK button to return to the Login window. 22 2.3.4 Resetting You Device from the Login Screen In the event you have forgotten your password and do not have the Self Service Password Reset functionality enabled, you can use the Reset to Factory Default function to reset your password. This function will restore the device to the factory settings, erasing all saved passwords and data residing on the device’s secure partition. The Reset function may be disabled if your device is managed. Caution! Using the Reset to Factory Default function will format and wipe all data off the device! All data on the device will be lost! To reset your Defender flash drive to the factory default: 1. From the login screen, click on the Reset button. Note: If the Reset button is not visible then your device is likely managed by KRMC or KLA. Please check with your administrator. The Login Window 2. When you are prompted to confirm the reset, click on the Yes button. 3. When your password and data stored on the secure partition have been erased, the following message will appear. Click on the OK button to complete the reset. The next time you run KDM, you will have to go through the Setup Wizard again before you are able to access the secure partition. Please see section 2.2 The Setup Wizard on page 13 for instructions on completing the Setup Wizard. 23 2.3.5 Using the Virtual Keyboard to Enter Your Password The virtual keyboard feature can be accessed anytime you are required to enter your password in order to prevent key logging applications from recording your key strokes and potentially stealing your password. To use the virtual keyboard to enter your password: 1. Click on the VK button which is located near the password entry field. 3. Click on the VK button again to close the virtual keyboard. Note: You can click on the Shuffle key on the bottom right corner of the virtual keyboard to randomize the virtual keyboard layout. Randomizing the keyboard layout protects your password from mouse tracking programs designed to thwart virtual keyboards. 2. The virtual keyboard will appear below the Setup Wizard window. Click on the keys on the virtual keyboard to enter your password. 24 The Login Window 2.4 The KDM Taskbar Menu The KDM Taskbar menu provides a simple user interface that allows you to use and configure your Defender device. When you login to KDM, the KDM icon appears in the Windows taskbar area (Mac users can find the KDM icon in the Menu bar). To access the KDM Taskbar menu, simply click on the KDM icon. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. 25 The KDM Taskbar Menu 2.4.1 Encrypting Files and Folders A key feature of the Defender flash drive is drag & drop encryption; allowing you to simply drag files that you want encrypt directly onto the drive. The Defender flash drive automatically encrypts these files as they are transferred to the secure partition, ensuring that your data stays safe and private. To open the secure partition: 1. Start KDM. 2. Login to KDM to gain access to the secure partition. 3. Click on the KDM icon located in the task bar and then select ‘Explore Security Drive’ from the popup menu. The KDM Taskbar Menu The secure partition appears in a new window. We recommend using either the drag & drop action, right- click copy/paste action, or the shortcut keys (Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V) to copy and paste files and folders directly to and from the secure partition. Note: Data saved on the Defender’s secure partition are only accessible after you have successfully logged into KDM. 26 2.4.2 Enabling On-board Antivirus (Windows only) Defender flash drives support on-board, antivirus functionality. The onboard anti-virus feature is a subscription based service and requires a license key. If you do not have a license key you can either contact Kanguru to purchase an antivirus license, or you can fill out the antivirus activation form during the Setup Wizard to obtain a 30-day free trial license (see section 2.2.2 Activating On-board Antivirus Protection (Windows only) on page 14). Once your on-board antivirus has been activated, real-time virus scanning is automatically enabled whenever you log into your device. All files copied to the Defender are scanned for viruses and malware. Real-time scanning is enabled once all virus definitions have been downloaded. Note: Updates for the latest the virus definitions are downloaded automatically when the device is connected to a computer with internet access. If you disconnect your Defender before the latest update has finished downloading, the Defender will save your place and continue the download the next time it is connected to a computer with internet access. Virus definitions are stored in the ‘System’ folder on the secure partition. If these files are deleted, they will be automatically re-downloaded. If the device is reset to the factory default, these files will be deleted and will need to be re-downloaded. Caution! Do not store any data in the ‘System’ folder. Any data saved here that does not pertain to virus definitions will be automatically deleted. 2.4.3 The Onboard Antivirus console You can access the on-board antivirus console to scan your device, a path or a file. To open the antivirus console: 1. Click on the KDM icon The antivirus console appears. located in the task bar. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. 2. Select ‘Antivirus’ from the popup menu and then click on ‘Configuration’ from the submenu. 27 The KDM Taskbar Menu 2.4.3.1 Device Scan The antivirus menu allows you to scan your Defender for known viruses and malware. The Antivirus Console To scan your Defender: 1. Click on the Scan Device tab at the top of the antivirus menu. 2. Click on the Start Scan button to begin scanning your Defender device. 3. Once the scan has started: ○ Click on the Pause Scan button to pause the scan process. Click on the Resume Scan button to resume the scan. ○ Click on the Stop Scan button to cancel the scan process. 4. The scan results will appear in the Scan Results window. 5. Click on the View Scan Log button to view a log of the previous scan. 6. Click on the OK button to close the antivirus menu. 28 2.4.3.2 Path Scan The antivirus menu allows you to scan any path on your computer for known viruses and malware. Note: The Scan Path feature can be disabled on Enterprise Edition drives. Please contact your administrator for more information. The Antivirus Console To scan a path on your computer: 1. Click on the Scan Path tab at the top of the antivirus menu. 2. Click on the Start Scan button and then select a path on your computer to begin scanning. 3. Once the scan has started: ○ Click on the Pause Scan button to pause the scan process. Click on the Resume Scan button to resume the scan. ○ Click on the Stop Scan button to cancel the scan process. 4. The scan results will appear in the Scan Results window. 5. Click on the View Scan Log button to view a log of the previous scan. 6. Click on the OK button to close the antivirus menu. 29 2.4.3.3 File Scan The antivirus menu allows you to scan any file on your computer for known viruses and malware. Note: The Scan File feature can be disabled on Enterprise Edition drives. Please contact your administrator for more information. The Antivirus Console To scan a file: 1. Click on the Scan File tab at the top of the antivirus menu. 2. Click on the Start Scan button and then select a file to begin scanning. 3. Once the scan has started: ○ Click on the Pause Scan button to pause the scan process. Click on the Resume Scan button to resume the scan. ○ Click on the Stop Scan button to cancel the scan process. 4. The scan results will appear in the Scan Results window. 5. Click on the View Scan Log button to view a log of the previous scan. 6. Click on the OK button to close the antivirus menu. 30 2.4.3.4 Antivirus License The antivirus menu allows you to view your antivirus license information and also renew your subscription. You can view the number of days remaining on your current antivirus license The Antivirus Console • Click on the Licenses button to see your current antivirus license number. • Click on the Renew License Online button to purchase a one-year antivirus license subscription from Kanguru’s online store. Once you have purchased or renewed your antivirus license, you will receive a new antivirus license key as well as a customer ID. Enter your new license key and customer ID in the appropriate fields and then click on the Verify ID button. Your antivirus license will be activated once your customer ID and antivirus license key have been verified. Click on the OK button to close the antivirus menu. 31 2.4.4 Changing Your Password You can change your security password through the Security Settings. To change your password: 1. Click on the KDM icon 2. The ‘Password Settings’ window opens. Enter your current password in the ‘Old Password’ field. Enter your new password in the ‘New Password field’ and then enter it again in the ‘Confirm New Password’ field. The KDM Taskbar Menu located in the task bar and then click on ‘Security Settings...’ from the popup menu. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. 3. When you are ready to proceed, click on the Apply button to set your new password. 4. Once your new password has been set, a confirmation window appears informing you that your password has been successfully changed. Click on the OK button to close the ‘Password Setting’ window. 32 2.4.4.1 Self Service Password Management Self Service Password Management (SSPM) functionality will allow you to reset your Defender’s password without needing to wipe the data stored in the secure partition. The SSPM feature is a subscription based service and requires a license key. If you do not have a license key, please contact Kanguru to purchase one. To enable the SSPM functionality: 1. Click on the KDM icon 2. The ‘Password Settings’ window opens. 3. Select the Enable Service option and then click on the Apply button. Note: This section is not available if you have already enabled SSPM during the setup wizard (see section 2.2.6 Enabling Self Service Password Management on page 18). located in the task bar and then click on ‘Security Settings...’ from the popup menu. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. 33 The KDM Taskbar Menu 4. Next you’ll need to designate an email address that you can have a password reset link sent to, in case you forget your login password. Enter your email in the corresponding fields. The KDM Taskbar Menu 5. Enter your SSPM license key in the ‘Enter License Key’ field and then click on the Send button. Your SSPM license key should have been emailed to you when you purchased your SSPM subscription. Contact Kanguru if you did not receive your SSPM license. 6. An email containing your activation code will be sent to the email address you entered above. Enter the activation code into the ‘Enter Activation Code’ field and then click on the Activate button. Note: The activation code field is case sensitive. You must enter your activation code exactly as it appears in the email that you received from Kanguru. 7. Click on the OK button to close the window. SSPM is now enabled. 34 2.4.5 KRMC Cloud Settings You can enable or disable KRMC Cloud functionality through the Security Settings. Note: This section does not apply to Enterprise Edition users or if you have already enabled KRMC Cloud. To change your device’s KRMC functionality: 1. Click on the KDM icon 2. The ‘Password Settings’ window opens. Click on the KRMC Cloud Settings tab at the top of the window to enter the ‘KRMC Cloud Settings’ window. 3. Enable or Disable KRMC Cloud by clicking on the appropriate radio button and then click on the Apply button. The KDM Taskbar Menu located in the task bar and then select the Security Settings... option from the popup menu. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. 4. If you are choosing to enable KRMC Cloud, enter your KRMC Cloud Account ID and then click on the Register button. 35 2.4.6 Contact Info You can change the contact info for the device owner at any time. To change the contact info: 1. Click on the KDM icon 2. The ‘Password Settings’ window opens. Click on the Contact Info tab at the top of the window to enter the ‘Contact Info’ window. 3. Enter the appropriate contact information and then click on the Apply button. The KDM Taskbar Menu located in the task bar and then select the Security Settings... option from the popup menu. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. 4. Click on the OK button to close the window. The contact information is now updated. 36 2.4.7 Changing Languages KDM supports several languages. The KDM language is set to English by default. To change the language: 1. Click on the KDM icon 2. Click on the desired language that you want KDM to be displayed in. located in the task bar and then hover your cursor over the ‘Language’ option in the popup menu. A list of available languages appears. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. 37 The KDM Taskbar Menu 2.4.8 Connection Settings and Configuring a Proxy Server If your computer uses a proxy server to access the internet and KDM is unable to determine your proxy server’s address then you will need to enter the proxy server address, proxy type and credentials. To configure your proxy serer settings: 1. Click on the KDM icon located in the task bar and then select the Connection Settings option from the popup menu. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. The KDM Taskbar Menu 2. The ‘connection preferences’ window appears. 3. Enter the proxy address and the port to connect to in the ‘Address’ field (e.g. 192.168.0.193:8080 or proxycomp:8080). 4. Select the proxy type from the drop down menu. 5. Enter your credentials in the ‘User name’ and ‘Password’ fields. 6. Click the OK button to save the proxy configuration. If KDM is able to connect to the proxy server using those credentials then the authentication information is saved in an encrypted proxy settings file on the host computer. Note: Proxy information must be configured once for each computer the Defender flash drive is connected to that connects to the internet through a proxy server. 38 2.5 Online Documentation You can download digital copies of the Kanguru Defender flash drive’s documentation from the internet. To download your Defender flash drive’s documentation, click on the KDM icon located in the task bar: Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. • Click on ‘Quick Start Guide’ to download a digital copy of the Defender flash drive’s Quick Start Guide. • Click on ‘Defender User Manual’ to download a digital copy of the Defender flash drive’s User Manual 2.6 About KDM To see which version of KDM is currently installed on your device, click on the KDM icon located in the task bar and then select ‘About’. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. 39 The KDM Taskbar Menu 2.7 Unmounting Your Defender When you unmount your Defender flash drive, the KDM application will close and the secure partition containing your encrypted data will be inaccessible until you log into KDM again. To unmount your Defender flash drive, right-click on the KDM icon located in the task bar and then select ‘Unmount Kanguru Defender’. Note: Linux users must right-click on the KDM icon in the task bar. The KDM Taskbar Menu The KDM icon in the task bar will disappear and the Defender’s secure partition will no longer be accessible. Caution! Do not disconnect the Kanguru Defender flash drive without first properly unmounting your device as detailed in this section and then safely removing the device from your computer as described in chapter 4. Safely Removing Your Defender Flash Drive on page 43. Doing so may result in file damage or data corruption. 40 3. Updating Your Defender Flash Drive Updates for your Defender flash drive’s client application may be released from time to time. To view the version of the KDM client application currently running on your drive, see section 2.6 About KDM on page 39. Please check whether your Defender flash drive is being managed by Kanguru Remote Management Console (KRMC), as the update process is different for enterprise edition and standard edition drives. 3.1 Updating standard edition drives Standard edition Defender flash drives will automatically check the Kanguru Central Server (KCS) for client updates. Once you have successfully logged into your Defender flash drive’s secure partition, KDM will check KCS for any available client updates. If an update is available, you will receive a pop- up notification with instructions for downloading the updater file. If you refuse the update, you will not be prompted to update again until the next version updater is released. Note: The drive will only check KCS for updates if it is connected to a computer with internet access. To manually check if there is a KDM update available for your device, click on the KDM icon located in the task bar and then click on Check for Client Updates. Updating Your Defender Flash Drive If a newer client version is available for your device, follow the on-screen instructions to download and apply the update. Standard edition Defender flash drive users can also manually search and download available client updaters from the Kanguru Support site. Defender flash drive client updaters can be found under the ‘USB Client Software Updates’ forum in the ‘Software Downloads and Updaters’ section (support. kanguru.com). 41 Updating Your Defender Flash Drive 3.2 Updating KRMC enterprise edition drives Enterprise edition Defender flash drives are managed by the Kanguru Remote Management Console (KRMC). Updaters for enterprise edition Defender flash drives are available for download from the Kanguru Support site. The KRMC system administrator is granted access to the enterprise edition downloads when their KRMC order is processed. Enterprise edition updaters can be found under the ‘KRMC Enterprise’ forum in the ‘Software Downloads and Updaters’ section (support.kanguru.com). Note: Only KRMC administrators are given access to download the enterprise edition updaters. Once you have downloaded your enterprise edition updater, you can create an ‘Upgrade Client Application’ action in KRMC to deploy the update to all of your managed drives remotely. 3.3 Verifying the download checksum To verify the integrity of the KDM updater that you downloaded, please use the SHA256 Checksum tool. The SHA256 Checksum tool will generate a 64-character checksum which can be verified against the checksum list published by Kanguru Solutions. This ensures that the updater file was downloaded correctly and wasn’t altered. The SHA256 Checksum tool and a list of valid checksum values can be found on Kanguru’s Support site: kanguru.zendesk.com/entries/21747773-sha256-checksum-utility To view and verify your download’s checksum: 1. Download the SHA256 Checksum tool from the Kanguru Solutions’ support site. 2. Save the SHA256 Checksum tool to the same directory that KDM updater file is saved in. 3. Open a command prompt window by clicking on Start → All Programs → Accessories → Command Prompt. 4. Within the command prompt window, navigate to the directory containing your KDM updater file and the SHA256 Checksum tool. 5. Type “sha256.exe <filename.exe>”, where <filename.exe> is the name of the updater file that you are checking. 6. Press the Enter key. A 64-character string appears. This is the SHA256 checksum of the updater. 7. Verify that the checksum generated by the SHA256 Checksum tool matches the checksum published by Kanguru Solutions for your updater version. If the checksum generated by the SHA256 Checksum tool matches the checksum published, then your updater downloaded correctly. If the checksum generated does not match the checksum published by Kanguru Solutions, please delete the updater from your computer and download it again. 42 4. Safely Removing Your Defender Flash Drive Before unplugging the Defender flash drive from the USB port, you should always make sure that you have unmounted the secured partition (see section 2.7 Unmounting Your Defender on page 40). After the Defender has been unmounted, you should use you operating system’s method for safely removing a USB device. 4.1 Safely Removing from Windows Caution! Be sure that the secure partition has been unmounted before attempting to remove the Defender drive. See section 2.7 Unmounting Your Defender on page 40. Please use the Windows ‘Safely Remove Hardware’ function before disconnecting your Defender drive. To safely remove your Defender flash drive: 1. Click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon located in the task bar. Safely Removing Defender Flash Drive 2. A popup menu appears listing all USB devices connected to your computer. Select the Defender flash drive from the menu (it will appear with two drive letters). A message will appear indicating that the portable storage device can be safely removed. You can now disconnect your Defender flash drive. If a message saying “The device cannot be stopped right now” appears, please make sure that any windows or applications accessing the Defender flash drive are closed and then try again. 43 Safely Removing Defender Flash Drive 4.2 Safely Removing from Mac OS X Caution! Be sure that the secure partition has been unmounted before attempting to remove the Defender drive. See section 2.7 Unmounting Your Defender on page 40. To remove the Defender drive, click and drag the KDM icon from the desktop into the trash can icon. When you start dragging the KDM icon, the trash can icon will turn into an eject icon. Alternatively, you can right-click on the KDM icon from the menu bar and then select ‘Eject’ from the pop-up menu, or you can eject it through the Finder window. Once the KDM icon no longer appears on your desktop then it is safe to disconnect your Defender flash drive. 4.3 Safely Removing from Linux Caution! Be sure that the secure partition has been unmounted before attempting to remove the Defender drive. See section 2.7 Unmounting Your Defender on page 40. To remove the Defender drive, right-click the KDM icon on the desktop and then select Eject from the popup menu. Once the KDM icon no longer appears on your desktop then it is safe to disconnect your Defender flash drive. 44 Technical Specifications 5. Technical Specifications 5.1 Defender 2000 General Specifications Model KDM2000 Interface USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible) Encryption Features Hardware based 256-bit AES encryption Security Certifications FIPS 140-2 Certified Level 3 Common Criteria EAL 2+ Certified OS Compatibility* *please visit the Kanguru.com website for the most current OS compatibility information Windows Server 2003, Server 2008, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10 Max OS X 10.5 and above (Intel based only) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Ubuntu 9/10, OpenSUSE 11.1 Linux Kernel 2.6.02 - 2.6.34 32 and 64 bit compatible Memory Type Solid State NAND Flash Operating Temp 0°C – 70°C Humidity Range 20% - 90% Shock Resistance 1000G Max Vibration 15G Peak to Peak Max TAA Compliant Yes 4GB - 16GB Defender 2000 Specifications Weight 35g Dimensions 72.6mm x 19.5mm x 9mm Power Max Read: 5 VDC @ 122mA Max Write: 5 VDC @ 182mA 32GB - 128GB Defender 2000 Specifications Weight 51g Dimensions 77.3mm x 26.6mm x 9mm Power Max Read: 5 VDC @ 150mA Max Write: 5 VDC @ 266mA 45 Technical Specifications 5.2 Defender 3000 General Specifications Model KDM3000 Interface USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 2.0 compatible) Encryption Features Hardware based 256-bit AES encryption Security Certifications FIPS 140-2 Certified, Level 3 OS Compatibility* *please visit the Kanguru.com website for the most current OS compatibility information Windows Server 2003, Server 2008, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10 Max OS X 10.5 and above (Intel based only) Linux Kernel 2.6.02 and above 32 and 64 bit compatible Memory Type Solid State NAND flash Operating Temp 0°C – 70°C Humidity Range 20% - 90% Shock Resistance 1000G Max Vibration 15G Peak to Peak Max Weight 38 g Dimensions 7.3 x 1.9 x 0.9 cm TAA Compliant Yes 46 Technical Specifications 5.3 Defender Elite30 General Specifications Model KDFE30 series Interface USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 2.0 compatible) Encryption Features Hardware based 256-bit AES encryption (XTS mode) Security Certifications N/A OS Compatibility* *please visit the Kanguru.com website for the most current OS compatibility information Windows Server 2003, Server 2008, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10 Max OS X 10.5 and above (Intel based only) 32 and 64 bit compatible Memory Type Solid State NAND flash Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C Storage Temperature -25C to 85°C Humidity Range 20% - 90% Shock Resistance 1000G Max Vibration 15G Peak to Peak Max Weight 14g Dimensions 7.7 x 2 x 0.9 cm Power Max Read: 5 VDC @ 122mA Max Write: 5 VDC @ 182mA TAA Compliant Yes 47 Technical Specifications 5.4 Defender Elite200 General Specifications Model KDFE200 Interface USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible) Encryption Features Hardware based 256-bit AES encryption Security Certification FIPS 140-2 Certified, Level 2 Common Criteria EAL 2+ Certified OS Compatibility* *please visit the Kanguru.com website for the most current OS compatibility information Windows XP SP3*, Server 2003, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10 Max OS X 10.5 and above (Intel based only) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Ubuntu 9/10, 11 OpenSUSE11.1 Linux Kernel 2.6.02 - 2.6.34 32 and 64 bit compatible Memory Type Solid State NAND flash Operating Temp 0°C – 70°C Humidity Range 20% - 90% Shock Resistance 1000G Max Vibration 15G Peak to Peak Max TAA Compliant Yes * In line with Microsoft’s End-of-Support announcement for Windows XP, Kanguru Solutions is ending support for the Windows XP platform. While our products have been quality tested internally on Windows XP, we cannot guarantee normal product operation on an unsupported OS. 1GB - 16GB Defender Elite200 Specifications Weight 12g Dimensions 64mm x 18.5mm x 9mm Power Max Read: 5 VDC @ 105mA Max Write: 5 VDC @ 100mA 32GB - 128GB Defender Elite200 Specifications Weight 22g Dimensions 71mm x 27mm x 9mm Power Max Read: 5 VDC @ 150mA Max Write: 5 VDC @ 266mA 48 Technical Specifications 5.5 Defender Elite300 General Specifications Model KDFE300 series Interface USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 2.0 compatible) Encryption Features Hardware based 256-bit AES encryption (XTS mode) Security Certifications FIPS 140-2 Certified Level 2 OS Compatibility* *please visit the Kanguru.com website for the most current OS compatibility information Windows Server 2003, Server 2008, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10 Max OS X 10.5 and above (Intel based only) Linux Kernel 2.6.02 and above 32 and 64 bit compatible Memory Type Solid State NAND flash Operating Temperature 0°C to 70°C Storage Temperature -25C to 85°C Humidity Range 20% - 90% Shock Resistance 1000G Max Vibration 15G Peak to Peak Max Dimensions 7.7 x 2 x 0.9 cm Power Max Read: 5 VDC @ 122mA Max Write: 5 VDC @ 182mA 49 6. Warranty Information All Defender flash drive products carry a 3-year warranty from the date of purchase. Kanguru Solutions is not responsible for any damages incurred in the shipping process. Any claims for loss or damage must be made to the carrier directly. Claims for shipping errors should be reported to Kanguru Solutions within three (3) working days or receipt of merchandise. 7. Tech Support If you experience any problems using your Kanguru Defender flash drive or have any technical questions regarding any of our products, please call our technical support department. Our tech support is free and available Monday thru Friday, 9am to 5pm EST. Call 1-508-376-4245 or Visit our website at Kanguru.comWarranty Information / Technical Support 50 Common Criteria Certified Versions Appendix A - Common Criteria Certified Versions The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation, referred to more commonly as Common Criteria, is an international standard for computer security. Common Criteria provides an international set of guidelines for evaluating data security products, ensuring that they meet strict, security standards for government deployments. • Defender 2000 with the following specifications has been certified by Common Criteria: ○ Client software version : 1.2.1.8 ○ Firmware version : 02.03.10 • Defender Elite200 with the following specifications has been certified by Common Criteria: ○ Client software version : 2.0.0.0 ○ Firmware version : 02.03.10 Important! Defenders running these specific client software and firmware versions have been certified by Common Criteria. If you update the client software version to a newer version, your device will no longer be Common Criteria certified. The Defender’s firmware version is specific to the device’s hardware. The firmware version is not accessible to the user. You are not able to view, update or modify the firmware version on your Defender in any way. Updates to the Kanguru Defender Manager client software are released by Kanguru Solutions regularly. To prevent you from accidentally updating your device to a non-Common Criteria certified client version, the client application’s auto-update feature has been disabled on Common Criteria certified Defenders. For more information about updating your Defender’s client software version, please see Chapter 3. Updating Your Defender Flash Drive on page 41. 51 Appendix B - Proxy Support If your computer uses a proxy server to access the internet, the correct proxy information will need to be configured in KDM. If the KDM client application cannot connect to the internet you will see the following error message: If the computer that the Defender flash drive is connected to uses a proxy server to access the internet, click on the Yes button. KDM will try to read the proxy server information from the computer’s configuration. • If KDM is able to determine your proxy server’s address and no authentication is required then KDM will read this information and connect to the internet as normal. • If KDM is able to determine your proxy server’s address but the proxy requires authentication then you will need to enter your credentials in the window that appears. • If KDM is unable to determine your proxy server’s address then you will need to enter the proxy server address, proxy type and credentials: Proxy Support Enter the proxy address and the port to connect to in the address field (e.g. 192.168.0.193:8080 or proxycomp:8080). Select your proxy type and then enter your credentials. Note: Proxy information must be configured for each computer the Defender flash drive is connected to that connects to the internet through a proxy server. 52 Kanguru Solutions 1360 Main Street Millis, MA 02054 kanguru.com 09.13.1 v1.6 © 2019 Kanguru Solutions Legal terms and conditions available at kanguru.com. Please review and agree before use. Thank you.


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