ISL Online have released the add-on for ISL Light Remote Desktop app for Android. You are now able to remotely control an LG smartphone or tablet from your PC or Mac and provide efficient technical support to mobile device users. 

Fast remote support for all Android devices

ISL Light for Android, included in the ISL Online license at no extra cost, is a powerful mobile app which allows you to offer mobile device support to all Android devices. The full remote control feature is available for LG, Samsung and some other Android devices. You can view the screen of any Android device and guide your client through a support process with pointers and screenshots.


Remotely access and control computers with your Android device

As an operator, you can use your Android mobile device to offer remote support on the go when you are not behind your computer. With ISL Light mobile app you can easily connect to any remote computer (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux) and either efficiently troubleshoot technical problems, or remotely access one or more unattended computers to monitor them, install updates, perform a periodical check-up and other maintenance tasks.

Posted: 1/16/2020 9:00:18 AM by Bellridge | with 0 comments

Kanguru is proud to announce the launch of the world’s first OS Agnostic, Fingerprint Access Hardware Encrypted Flash Drive with remote management capability.

This new biometric fingerprint access flash drive supplants the bulky pinpads and fussy combo keypads of leading encrypted devices, making it much more convenient and easy to use. With just a tap of the finger, the new Kanguru Defender Bio-Elite30™ Fingerprint Hardware Encrypted Flash Drive provides quick access to encrypted files.

With exceptional features, the Defender Bio-Elite30 Fingerprint Encrypted Flash Drive rivals any similar device on the market:

  • OS Platform Agnostic (Use On Virtually Any Machine)

  • Full 256-Bit Hardware Encryption (XTS Mode)

  • Assign Multi-Finger Access For Each Fingerprint or User(s)

  • New Command Console With Onboard Browser Option To Remotely Manage

  • Optional On-board AntiVirus

  • RSA-2048 Digitally-Signed Secure Firmware



Posted: 12/9/2019 1:51:44 PM by Bellridge | with 0 comments

TechGenix: I have worked with several monitoring solutions available in the market. Though there are many available to monitor your IT infrastructure, many have limitations and are not so intuitive. I have seen some products that can only monitor Windows computers and specific components and are very complex to use. While other monitoring products can monitor both Windows and Linux operating systems, they require an agent to be installed on the target systems. NetCrunch v10.6 from AdRem Software, however, provides a complete solution to monitor the entire IT infrastructure of an organisation. NetCrunch v10.6 has added a bunch of new features that we will examine as part of this review.


AUTHOR - Nirmal Sharma is a MCSEx3, MCITP and was awarded the Microsoft MVP award in Directory Services and Windows Networking. He specialises in Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Directory Services, Failover Clusters, Hyper-V, PowerShell Scripting and System Center products. Nirmal has been involved with Microsoft Technologies since 1994. In his spare time, he likes to help others and share some of his knowledge by writing tips and articles on various sites.
Posted: 11/11/2019 8:54:46 AM by Bellridge | with 0 comments

Kanguru announces the addition of new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology to its Defender™ secure flash drives, providing unsurpassed security and convenience for data. With the new Kanguru Defender 3000™, robust security meets high transfer speeds to feature the best performance USB 3.0 secure flash drive for high security environments.

The Kanguru Defender 3000™ asserts powerful features to help organizations meet and exceed industry data security standards and regulations:

  • FIPS 140-2 Certification, Level 3 (Cert #2401)
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Interface
  • 256 Bit AES Hardware Encryption (XTS Mode)
  • Remote Management Ready
  • Easy to Use
  • Windows, Mac and Linux Compatibility
  • Real-Time Onboard Anti-Virus Protection
  • Rugged Alloy Housing
  • Brute-Force Protection
  • Tamper Resistance
  • Waterproof
  • TAA Compliance
  • Vast Storage Capacities: (4GB – 128GB)
  • Ability to add a unique identifier to each device for Endpoint security
  • Customization: Engraving, Configuration, etc.

In addition, Kanguru has also released the Defender Elite300™ SuperSpeed USB 3.0 secure flash drive sporting a handy physical write protect switch for quick and easy switching to and from “read-only” mode. This is extremely useful in potentially vulnerable environments as it can protect the drive from being infected when plugged in with “read-only” mode, even if a virus or malware may be present on a host computer. The Defender Elite300 flash drive is currently in process for FIPS 140-2 Certification. (July 2015)

“The launch of the Defender 3000 and Defender Elite300 continues to demonstrate Kanguru’s position as a global leader in the secure USB storage market,” says Nate Cote, Executive Vice President. “These drives provide the most robust, yet practical, feature set that organizations really need to easily secure portable data for an increasingly mobile user base.”

Security, Performance & Convenience

Both the Kanguru Defender 3000 as well as the Kanguru Defender Elite300 are designed with financial, healthcare, and government environments in mind, with whom full compliance is usually required with high data security policies. FIPS 140-2 Certification ensures organizations that the high-end 256 Bit AES Hardware Encryption, brute-force protection and tamper-proof protection is fully qualified to meet even the most demanding data security regulations. Now with SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology, these new Defender drives also demonstrate high-performance transfer rates with up to 260MB/sec Read and 120MB/sec Write speeds depending on capacity, making it the most convenient secure flash drive on the market. Also as Kanguru is the only global USB manufacturer to achieve Common Criteria certification on certain flash drives, you can be confident Kanguru takes data security very seriously.

Remotely Manageable

Additionally, the Kanguru Defender 3000 is remotely manageable, an optional feature available either through a secure cloud interface or on a client’s self-hosted server. Kanguru Remote management Console (KRMC™) offers a huge benefit to organizations, providing administrator management for a fleet of company flash drives. With KRMC, organisations can:

  • Proactively enforce customized security policies on USB drives
  • Track and manage the whereabouts of USB drives
  • Disable or delete lost or stolen drives immediately
  • Restrict or grant online and offline permissions
  • Schedule password changes
  • And much more


Kanguru also offers full customisation and engraving options for its USB drives as a handy way to add identity to important data on secure flash drives. Include a company logo or physical serialization to track devices, implement an electronic identifier to interface with endpoint security programs, or perhaps engrave a phone number to call if the device is ever lost.

The Kanguru Defender 3000 secure flash drive is available worldwide through Kanguru’s network of authorized channel partners. For more information, visit

Posted: 7/20/2015 3:14:49 PM by Bellridge | with 0 comments

Kanguru is pleased to announce its achievement of Common Criteria Certification (EAL2+) for secure, hardware encrypted USB flash drives with global remote management, placing Kanguru Defender at the forefront in USB data security.

“Achieving Common Criteria together with our FIPS 140-2 Certifications propels Kanguru’s secure USB solutions to a whole new level,” says Kanguru’s CEO, Don Brown, “It demonstrates Kanguru’s commitment to excellence and its pledge to deliver the best in trusted USB data security solutions for our global clients.”

Common Criteria is an international information security accreditation process mutually recognised by 27 different member nations through the CCRA (Common Criteria Recognition Agreement), and has a much wider review process of overall product design, lifecycle support, and functionality than FIPS 140-2which is focused primarily on cryptography. In the context of Kanguru’s certification, it covers the secure USB flash drive and remote management software from product inception to final deployment, taking an all-encompassing look at the software, hardware, and firmware implementations. Ultimately, nearly every aspect and process which goes into the design, development, release, and support of a product is reviewed and scrutinised.

The specific products covered in the Common Criteria certification are:

  • Kanguru Defender 2000 (FIPS 140-2 Level 3)
  • Kanguru Defender Elite200 (FIPS 140-2 Level 2 & physical write protect switch)
  • Kanguru Remote Management Console and Provisioning Application – Enterprise Edition
“Kanguru’s Defender USB platform is now the only Common Criteria and FIPS certified solution in the world. By combining two distinct security certifications conducted in two different countries (United States and Germany), Kanguru’s international customers can be assured that we are committed to securing their sensitive information,” says Kanguru’s Executive VP, Product Management, Nate Cote.

Common Criteria Certified Kanguru Defender Secure USB drives support:

  • Robust 256-bit AES hardware encryption
  • Onboard Anti-Virus protection
  • Windows, Mac, Linux support
  • Worldwide remote management
  • Password security protection

Kanguru Remote Management features:

  • Tracking and management of assigned USB drives worldwide
  • Remote delete / disable lost or stolen drives
  • Manage online / offline permissions
  • Password and security profile management
  • Audit and reporting functionality
To learn more about Kanguru Defender secure USB drives and remote management with Common Criteria and FIPS 140-2 certification, see Common Criteria and FIPS 140-2 Certified Secure USB Flash Drives by Kanguru.

Posted: 7/20/2015 1:07:53 PM by Bellridge | with 0 comments