Create a secure browsing session on any Windows computer
Posted on 25 January 2013.
Making online purchases and secure internet browsing is safer and easier than ever with the launch of Kanguruís new Defender DualTrust, a new secure online access and encrypted USB storage device developed jointly by Kanguru and Deepnet Security.


The device turns any Windows PC into a safe and secure environment for online banking, paying bills, shopping, browsing, and investment activity. It also provides a secure portable USB storage environment to store your sensitive files and take them with you anywhere.

Protected by military-grade hardware encryption, the Defender DualTrust USB flash drive creates a secure browsing session that is isolated from viruses and spyware lurking on the host PC.

Each secure session starts with a clean browser, and blocks vulnerabilities to malware and viruses, leaving no trace of online activity behind on the computer. Any files downloaded or saved during the session are automatically encrypted on the flash drive to easily take with you wherever you go.

As hackers and thieves become increasingly more sophisticated, itís more important than ever for businesses and consumers to protect themselves from cybercrime. The Defender DualTrust makes it simple to protect bank accounts, credit card information and other sensitive data from disclosure. Best of all, itís completely portable and works on any Windows computer whether at home, in the office or on the road.

Features include:
  • Linux virtual environment isolated from host OS
  • 256-bit AES hardware encryption (FIPS 197)
  • Secure browser, leaving no trace of online activity on local PC
  • Approximately 7GB of secure storage
  • Onboard BitdefenderTM Antivirus (Includes 30 Days free trial).





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