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Capable of withstanding harsh operating conditions, the DataTraveler Secure - Privacy Edition USB drives feature titanium-coated stainless steel casings that are waterproof rated and conform to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 60529 IPX8 standard to protect against water damage to depths up to four feet. Access control and data protection are provided via 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) hardware-based encryption that enables information to be encrypted and decrypted... Read more

 

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SecureTraveler Users Manual
SecureTraveler is the DataTraveler configuration utility that allows corporate and home users to set up public and password-protected privacy zones on compatible DataTraveler USB Flash Drives. It also allows users to set Windows shortcuts to launch the program conveniently. This document is designed to get you started with SecureTraveler and includes important frequently asked questions (FAQs). For the latest FAQs, please visit the DataTraveler website at www.kingston.com/support.
Document No: 4808056-001.A01 4-6-2010
Secure Traveler Users Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 System..... 3 1.1 1.Requirements..... 3 Recommendations.... 3
Public And Privacy Zones.... 3 Connecting The DataTraveler.... 5 Configuring The DataTraveler With SecureTraveler.. 6 4.1 4.2 4.3 Creating the Privacy Zone.... 6 Accessing Your Privacy Zone... 11 Customizing SecureTraveler Settings.. 14
Frequently Asked Questions... 19
Document No: 4808056-001.A01

SYSTEM

Requirements
Pentium II 266 MHz Processor 2MB hard drive free space Operating Systems: Windows 7*, Windows Vista (SP1, SP2)*, Windows XP (SP2, SP3) and Windows 2000 (SP4) Administrative privileges for Windows XP and 2000. USB Port 2.0/1.1
* Windows ReadyBoost not supported.

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PUBLIC AND PRIVACY ZONES

The DataTraveler can be set up for a public zone only, or a public and privacy zone. A public zone refers to the area on the DataTraveler that is not protected. By default, Kingston sets up the entire DataTraveler as a public zone at the factory. Files in the public zone can be seen and read on USB-ready computers; there is no data security in the public zone. DataTraveler listed as 1GB of capacity will be set up as a single zone by default (Figure 1):

Figure 1: Single Zone

Please note: Some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. For more information, please consult Kingstons Digital media Guide at Kingston.com/Digital_Media_Guide.
If the SecureTraveler is used to format and create a privacy zone, then a 1GB DataTraveler could be divided as follows (Figure 2):

Figure 2: Divided Zone

In the previous example (Figure 2), the total available data storage area is broken up as: -Privacy partition of 363 MB -Public partition for the remainder, or 984 MB 363 MB = 621 MB. Files in the privacy zone cannot be accessed without entering a password set up by the person who set up the privacy zone. Privacy zones thus offer data security for private data. Without a password, there is no way to even view the file names stored in the privacy zone, let alone the files themselves. This User Guide will explain how to set up public and private partitions for increased data security, as well as setting up Windows shortcuts to allow for faster and easier access to the SecureTraveler program.
CONNECTING THE DATATRAVELER
Insert your DataTraveler USB Flash drive into the USB port. The Operating Systems will automatically recognize the DataTraveler and install the required drivers. Generally, Windows will display the contents of the public zone of the DataTraveler (Figure 3).
Figure 3: DataTraveler Public Zone Contents
If you do not need a privacy zone for data security, you can use the DataTraveler without running SecureTraveler. For computers running supported Microsoft Windows: If youd like to set up a privacy zone, double-click on the SecureTraveler executable program (Figure 3). Section 4 will describe the use of the SecureTraveler program.
Note: SecureTraveler software is not supported on Macintosh systems.
CONFIGURING THE DATATRAVELER WITH SECURETRAVELER
CAUTION! When you create or update a privacy zone, the DataTraveler is formatted and ALL data stored on the drive will be lost. Backup your files before you create or change your privacy zone. SecureTraveler will save the SecureTraveler.exe file; however, you will need to save the User Guide to your hard drive prior to any format changes.
Creating the Privacy Zone

When the SecureTraveler program is executed, a Language Selector screen will appear (Figure 4):
Figure 4: SecureTraveler Language Selector
If English is OK for the program language, click the OK button to continue. To prevent this screen from showing up every time you run the DataTraveler, please check the box next to the Dont show this message next time; note that you can still change this option and the language on the Formatting screen. To change the language, click on the language display to show all available languages and highlight the desired language before clicking the OK button (Figure 5). You can also check Dont show this message next time if desired.
Figure 5: SecureTraveler Languages List
Next, the Welcome Screen is displayed, explaining that there is no privacy zone defined (Figure 6):
Figure 6: SecureTraveler Welcome Screen
Click Cancel to exit SecureTraveler or OK to continue to the Format screen (Figure 7).
Figure 7: SecureTraveler Format Screen
The Format screen allows you to define the size of the privacy zone and password used to access it. To set the password, which is required for the privacy zone, enter it in the Password and Confirm Password fields; both passwords keyed in must match exactly for SecureTraveler to accept the password. This password can be changed later in the Settings screen.
The Hint field, which is optional to fill in, is there to help you remember a password should you forget it. CAUTION! If you forget your privacy zone password, you will no longer be able to access files stored in the privacy zone; you will be required to reformat and reinitialize the privacy zone to regain the original space, thereby losing all the files stored there. This is done to protect the data you cannot access it without the password defined by the creator of the privacy zone. Next, click on the slider bar with your mouse (Figure 8), and while holding down the left mouse key, drag the pointer to correspond to the desired split between public and privacy zones. The privacy zone can only be set up to 90% of the capacity of the flash drive shown on the screen. The selected area for the privacy zone will be highlighted in green on the DataTraveler graphic.

Slider bar

Figure 8: SecureTraveler Formatting Slider Bar
After selecting the privacy zone size, click OK to continue. If you do not wish to make any changes, click Cancel to exit this screen.
In the example, a 1 GB DataTraveler is set up to have about 500MB allocated for privacy zone (Figure 9).
Figure 9: Format Screen with Privacy Zone
Due to different DataTraveler capacities, SecureTraveler may make slight adjustments to the userselected privacy zone size to optimize the internal storage division; so, if you select 501.50 MB for the privacy zone, SecureTraveler will increase it to 506.50 MB for best fit with a 1GB DataTraveler drive. When ready, click OK to proceed with the format, or click Cancel to exit this screen without making any changes. If there are no errors, SecureTraveler will ask for confirmation before proceeding with the actual format (Figure 10).

Figure 10: Format Warning Screen
Click Cancel to cancel the Formatting, or OK to continue with the format.
SecureTraveler will then initiate the format to create the privacy partition, and display a format status window (Figure 11).
Figure 11: Format Status Window
When the formatting has completed successfully, you will see a Format Completed screen (Figure 12):
Figure 12: Format Completed Window
Click OK to continue. At this point, the privacy zone formatting process is completed and you are shown the Login screen to get into the privacy partition. Click Cancel to exit the program, or enter the Password you just defined to access the privacy zone. Accessing the privacy Zone is explained in the next section.
Accessing Your Privacy Zone
When you insert the DataTraveler into a compatible computer, it will be detected and a window will display with the contents of the public zone as shown in Section 3 (Figure 3). To access the privacy zone, do one of the following: A. Double-click on the SecureTraveler executable file name shown for the DataTraveler in Section 3 (Figure 3). B. Click once on the task bar Quick Launch shortcut for SecureTraveler or doubleclick on the workspace shortcut (if set up in the Format screen; see Section 4.3 for details on these shortcuts, Figures 19 and 20). If a privacy zone does not exist, the screen flow will start as shown in Section 4.1 as SecureTraveler will assume that you are trying to define a privacy zone. If a privacy zone exists, you will be asked to login using the password you defined in Section 4.1 (Figure 13):
Figure 13: SecureTraveler Login
Note: You can only access one zone at a time. Prior to logging into your privacy zone, you will only be able to access the public zone. After you log into your privacy zone, you will be able to access it but not the public zone. To re-access the public zone, you will need to log out of your privacy zone first. Enter your password and click OK to continue, or Cancel to exit SecureTraveler. If you enter your password incorrectly, you will get an error message. SecureTraveler allows up to 5 password verification attempts. If the privacy zone becomes blocked for further access, follow the directions provided in the dialog boxes to access your privacy zone.

If you forgot your password, click on the Hint reminder at the bottom; this will display your predefined hint (Figure 14).
Figure 14: Privacy Zone Login Screen, Displaying Hint
Note: If you do not know or remember your password, the only option will be to reformat the DataTraveler and create a new privacy zone. Warning, all data stored in the previous privacy zone will be lost. See section 4.3 on formatting the DataTraveler drive.
When you enter the correct password, after a short time a successful login message is displayed (Figure 15).
Figure 15: Successful Login Screen
You have the option of not showing the Successful Login Screen. You can check the Dont show this message next time box. This option can also be set/reset on the Settings screen.
After successful login, Windows will open a new screen and display the contents of your privacy zone (Figure 16). Note: privacy zone is empty right after it is created.
Figure 16: Windows Privacy Zone Screen
Note that you will need to double-click on the Logout Privacy Zone to end access to the privacy zone, or on the desktop shortcut to log out if set up in the Settings screen. You need to log out to access the public zone if needed or to end your session and disconnect your DataTraveler. When you are done, double-click on Logout Privacy Zone. After a short time, you will see the Logout Verification screen (Figure 17).
Figure 17: Logout Verification Screen
To prevent file damage or loss, please close all application programs accessing the DataTraveler and then click OK to close the privacy zone. Do not disconnect your DataTraveler drive. Note that this screen can also be checked off so that it does not show up during logouts (the Dont Show option can be set or reset on the Settings screen). After a short time, Windows will display the public partition (in this case, only containing the SecureTraveler software) as shown in section 3 (Figure 3). At this time, you can access the public zone or end your session and disconnect your DataTraveler. To end your session and disconnect your DataTraveler, you will need to close the public partition Window. Use the Unplug or Eject Hardware utility to safely remove the drive. This utility is located in the System Tray next to the time/date. Click on the utility icon and then click on Safely Remove Storage Device. Wait for notification that it is safe to remove your drive.
Customizing SecureTraveler Settings
When you run the SecureTraveler program, you can click on the Settings button (Figure 18) to see the main Settings screen (Figure 19).
Figure 18: Settings Button
On the left side of the screen, you can check the boxes to set Windows options (Figure 19):
Figure 19: Settings Screen
Create Shortcut in Quick Launch bar: Checking this box sets up an icon for SecureTraveler in your Windows Quick Launch bar (Figure 20).

Figure 20: Quick Launch Shortcut
You can launch SecureTraveler by clicking once on this icon. Create Shortcut on Desktop: A SecureTraveler icon will be added to your desktop (Figure 21).
Figure 21: SecureTraveler Shortcut on Windows Desktop
No Login Confirmation: If No Login Confirmation is checked, you will not see this screen upon login (Figure 22):
Figure 22: Login Confirmation Screen
No Logout Confirmation: If No Logout Confirmation is checked, you will not see this screen upon logout (Figure 23):
Figure 23: Logout Confirmation Screen
SecureTraveler Language: By clicking on the Language field, you can select the language used for the SecureTraveler program (Figure 24).
Figure 24: Language Selection Drop-down Menu
You can move the mouse over the different check boxes or the Language selection field, and the Description field will show help information, explaining what the check boxes do. On the right, the DataTraveler graphic is shown, with the total size, and the size of the privacy zone as previously defined for a 1GB DataTraveler. Click OK to make changes, or click Cancel to return to the Login screen without making any changes.
You can change the format of the DataTraveler by clicking on the Format button. You will then be presented with the Format screen (Figure 25).

Figure 25: Format Screen

CAUTION! Changing the size of your Privacy Zone requires formatting your DataTraveler, causing ALL secured and non-secured data to be lost. Please see Section 4.1 for details on changing your public and privacy zones. Click on Change Password if you want to change the password to access the privacy zone. The Change Password screen will appear (Figure 26). Frequent password changes are recommended for improved security.
Figure 26: Password Change Screen
First, key in the Old Password (which is required to change to a New Password). If you dont remember or know the password, the privacy zone cannot be accessed and requires a new Format to set up a new privacy zone. Note: Formatting will delete all files stored in a previously defined privacy zone. After entering the Old Password, followed by the New Password and then Confirm New Password, you can enter a new Hint as a password reminder. When ready, click OK to continue with the Password change or click Cancel to return to the Settings screen. If the password is changed successfully, you will see the following screen (Figure 27):

Figure 27: Password Change Confirmation
You can now exit SecureTraveler and use the DataTraveler to carry your information, with the assurance that the privacy zone will help protect it from unauthorized access.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For a complete list of the latest FAQs, go to the DataTraveler website at www.kingston.com/support. Several FAQs are listed below for your convenience.
Q: I would like to secure all the data on my DataTraveler. Why am I limited to a Maximum Privacy Zone of 90%? A: Your DataTraveler needs space to run SecureTraveler, as well as information about your DataTraveler. 10% of your DataTraveler is kept free to save space for upgrades and future applications without hindering SecureTraveler operation.
Q: How do I switch between the Public Zone and my Privacy Zone? A: Launch SecureTraveler from your desktop, DataTraveler or quick launch bar. If you see a prompt asking for your password, this means that you are currently in the Public Zone. To switch to your Privacy Zone, enter your password and click OK. If you see a pop-up window with a prompt asking you for logout confirmation from your Privacy Zone, this means that you're working in your Privacy Zone. To switch, click OK. To remain logged into your Privacy Zone, click Cancel.
Q: I accidentally deleted SecureTraveler from my DataTraveler. How can I access data in my Privacy Zone? A: Download a new copy of SecureTraveler from the web at www.kingston.com/support/USBFLASHDRIVES to your DataTraveler. The Privacy Zone that you previously designated will be accessible.
Q: Why cant I see the public partition after logging into the privacy partition? A: You cant access or see both partitions at the same time. You need to log out of the privacy partition to see the public partition, just like you need to log in to see the privacy partition.
Q: Can I disconnect my DataTraveler without logging out of the privacy partition? A: Yes, you can disconnect the DataTraveler without logging out of the privacy zone. However, to protect your data, Kingston recommends that you log out of the privacy zone prior to disconnecting the DataTraveler.

Q: Why can I use SecureTraveler only on certain Windows 2000 or Windows XP computers? A: You can only use SecureTraveler on computers with administrative privileges.
Q: How do I delete the privacy zone? A: To delete the privacy zone, you must reformat the DataTraveler via the SecureTraveler application and set the privacy zone size to 0 MB. This renders the drive 100% public, deleting the privacy zone. Note: All data will be lost! Backup important files prior to formatting.
Q: Can I use more than one DataTraveler with the SecureTraveler simultaneously? A: No. SecureTraveler can only access one drive at a time.

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Kingston SecureTraveler User Guide
Thank you for buying a Kingston DataTraveler Hi-Speed certified USB Flash drive. Kingstons DataTraveler products incorporate the latest in Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Flash memory controller technology, delivering fast data transfers. The DataTraveler II also supports high data security, allowing users to set up public and privacy zones. Privacy zones are invisible to Windows and Mac operating systems, and can only be accessed after entering a user-defined password. SecureTraveler is a configuration utility program that allows users to set up public and passwordprotected privacy zones on the DataTraveler II USB Flash Drives. It also allows users to set Windows shortcuts to launch the program conveniently. SecureTraveler is designed for easy use while providing powerful data security features for home as well as corporate users.

Table of Contents

Section 1. System Requirements 2. Public and Privacy Zones 3. Connecting the DataTraveler II 4. Configuring the DataTraveler II with SecureTraveler 4.1 Creating the Privacy Zone 4.2 Accessing Your Privacy Zone 4.3 Customizing SecureTraveler Settings Frequently Asked Questions Page 11 15
Secure Traveler v2.0 for DataTraveler II (April 15, 2005)
SecureTraveler SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Pentium II 266MHz or faster 2 MB free hard drive space Operating Systems: Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows 2000, Windows XP (Windows 98SE requires a DataTraveler driver), Administrator privileges for Windows 2000 and XP Recommended: Graphic card supporting 24-bit color depth for best-quality graphics

PUBLIC AND PRIVACY ZONES

The DataTraveler II can be set up for a public zone only, or a public and a privacy zone. A public zone refers to the area on the DataTraveler that is not protected. By default, Kingston sets up the entire DataTraveler II as a public zone at the factory. Files in the public zone can be seen and read on USB-ready computers; there is no data security in the public zone. So, a DataTraveler II listed as 1GB of capacity will be set up as a single zone by default:
If the SecureTraveler is used to format and create a privacy zone, then a 1GB DataTraveler could be divided as follows:
In the above example, the total available data storage area is broken up as: 1
Privacy partition of 363 MB
Please note: Some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. For more information, please consult Kingstons Digital media Guide at Kingston.com/Digital_Media_Guide.
-Public partition for the remainder, or 984 MB 363 MB = 621 MB. Files in the privacy zone cannot be accessed without entering a password set up by the person who set up the privacy zone. Privacy zones thus offer data security for private data without a password, there is no way to even view the file names stored in the privacy zone, let alone the files themselves. This User Guide will explain how to set up public and private partitions for increased data security, as well as setting up Windows shortcuts to allow for faster and easier access to the SecureTraveler program.
CONNECTING THE DATATRAVELER II
Insert your DataTraveler II USB Flash drive into the USB port. Because the DataTraveler is a Hi-Speed USB certified drive, it is important to ensure that the USB port is capable of attaining Hi-Speed USB 2.0 speeds for best performance. Using a Hi-Speed USB Flash drive on a USB 1.1 port or on a computer that lacks HiSpeed USB 2.0 capabilities will result in the DataTraveler transfer speeds slowing to original USB speeds (known as Full-Speed USB). All Operating Systems, with the exception of Windows 98 and Windows 98SE, will automatically recognize the DataTraveler and install needed drivers. Windows 98 or 98SE: Drivers for the DataTraveler II must first be downloaded from www.kingston.com/support/downloads/default.asp and installed on the system prior to inserting the DataTraveler II (Click on setup.exe and follow the on-screen instructions). Generally, Windows will automatically show you the contents of the public zone of the DataTraveler II. For example, Windows XP will display the following:

If you do not need a privacy zone for data security, you can use the DataTraveler II without running SecureTraveler. For computers running Microsoft Windows: If youd like to set up a privacy zone, double-click on the SecureTraveler.exe program. Section 4 will describe the use of the SecureTraveler program.
CONFIGURING THE DATATRAVELER II WITH SECURETRAVELER
CAUTION! When you create or update a privacy zone, the DataTraveler II is formatted and ALL data will be lost. Backup your files before you create or change your privacy zone. SecureTraveler will save the SecureTraveler.exe file; however, you will need to save the User Guide to your hard drive prior to any format changes.
4. 1 CREATING THE PRIVACY ZONE
When the SecureTraveler program is executed, a Language Selector screen will first appear:

LANGUAGE SELECTOR SCREEN

If English is OK for the program language, click the OK button to continue. To prevent this screen from showing up every time you run the DataTraveler II, please check the box next to the Dont show this message next time; note that you can still change this option and the language on the Formatting screen. To change the language, click on the language display to show all available languages and highlight the desired language before clicking the OK button (you can also check Dont show this message next time if desired):
Next, the Welcome Screen is displayed, explaining that there is no privacy zone defined:

WELCOME SCREEN

Click Cancel to exit SecureTraveler or OK to continue to the Format screen:

FORMAT SCREEN

The Format screen allows you to define the size of the privacy zone and password used to access it. To set the password, which is required for the privacy zone, enter it in the Password and Confirm Password fields; both passwords keyed in must match exactly for SecureTraveler to accept the password. This password can be changed later in the Settings screen. The Hint field, which is optional to fill in, is there to help you remember a password should you forget it. CAUTION! If you forget your privacy zone password, you will no longer be able to access files stored in the privacy zone; you will be required to reformat and reinitialize the privacy zone to regain the original space, thereby losing all the files stored there. This is done to protect the data you cannot access it without the password defined by the creator of the privacy zone.

Next, click on the slider bar with your mouse (shown above), and while holding down the left mouse key, drag the pointer to correspond to the desired split between public and privacy zones. The privacy zone can only be set up to 90% of the capacity of the flash card shown on the screen. The selected area for the privacy zone will be highlighted in pink on the DataTraveler II graphic.
After selecting the privacy zone size, click OK to continue. If you do not wish to make any changes, click on Cancel to exit this screen. In the example below, a 1 GB DataTraveler II is set up to have about 500MB allocated for privacy zone:
FORMAT SCREEN Due to different DataTraveler capacities, SecureTraveler may make slight adjustments to the userselected privacy zone size to optimize the internal storage division; so, if you select 501.50 MB for the privacy zone, SecureTraveler will increase it to 505.50 MB for best fit with a 1GB DataTraveler drive. When ready, click OK to proceed with the format, or click Cancel to exit this screen without making any changes. If there are no errors, SecureTraveler will ask for confirmation before proceeding with the actual format:

FORMAT WARNING SCREEN

Click Cancel to cancel the Formating, or OK to continue with the format.
SecureTraveler will then initiate the format to create the privacy partition, and display a format status window:

FORMAT STATUS WINDOW

When the formatting is completed successfully, you will see a Format Completed screen:

FORMAT COMPLETED WINDOW

Click OK to continue. At this point, the privacy zone formatting process is completed and you are shown the Login screen to get into the privacy partition. Click Cancel to exit the program, or enter the Password you just defined to access the privacy zone, explained next.
4.2 ACCESSING YOUR PRIVACY ZONE
When you insert the DataTraveler II into a compatible computer, it will be detected and a window will display with the contents of the public zone. To access the privacy zone, do one of the following: A. Double-click on the SecureTraveler.exe file name shown for the DataTraveler II. B. Double-click on the workspace shortcut or click once on the task bar Quick Launch shortcut for SecureTraveler (if set up in the Format screen; see Section 4.3 for details on these shortcuts) If a privacy zone does not exist, the screen flow will start as shown in Section 4.1 as SecureTraveler will assume that you are trying to define a privacy zone. If a privacy zone exists, you will be asked to login using the password you defined in Section 4.1:
PRIVACY ZONE LOGIN SCREEN
Important note: You can only access one zone at a time. Prior to logging into your privacy zone, you will only be able to access the public zone. After you log into your privacy zone, you will be able to access it but not the public zone. To re-access the public zone, you will need to log out of your privacy zone first. Enter your password and click OK to continue, or Cancel to exit SecureTraveler. If you enter your password incorrectly, you will get an error message. If you forgot your password, click on the Hint reminder at the bottom; this will display your predefined hint:

PRIVACY ZONE LOGIN SCREEN, DISPLAYING HINT
Note: If you do not know or remember your password, the only option will be to reformat the DataTraveler II and create a new privacy zone. Warning, all data stored in the previous privacy zone will be lost. See section 4.3 on formatting the DataTraveler II drive.
After you enter the correct password, a successful login message is displayed.

SUCCESSFUL LOGIN SCREEN

You have the option of not showing the Successful Login Screen. You can check the Dont show this message next time box. This option can also be set/reset on the Settings screen.
After successful login, Windows will open a new screen and display the contents of your privacy zone. (Note: privacy zone is empty right after its created):
WINDOWS PRIVACY ZONE SCREEN
Note that you will need to double-click on the Logout Privacy Zone to end the access to the privacy zone, or on the desktop shortcut to log out if set up in the Settings screen. You need to log out to access the public zone if needed or to end your session and disconnect your DataTraveler. When you are done, after double-clicking on Logout Privacy Zone, you will see the following screen:
LOGOUT VERIFICATION SCREEN
To prevent file damage or loss, please close all application programs accessing the DataTraveler II and then click OK to close the privacy zone. Note that this screen can also be checked off so that it does not show up during logouts (the Dont Show option can be set or reset on the Settings screen). Windows will then display the public partition (in this case, only containing the SecureTraveler software):
WINDOWS PUBLIC ZONE SCREEN
4.3 CUSTOMIZING SECURETRAVELER SETTINGS
When you run the SecureTraveler program, you can click on the Settings button to see the main Settings screen:

SETTINGS SCREEN

On the left hand side of the screen, you can check the boxes to set Windows options:
Create Shortcut in Quick Launch bar: Checking this box sets up an icon for SecureTraveler in your Windows Quick Launch bar, shown below:
You can launch SecureTraveler by just clicking once on this icon. Create Shortcut on Desktop: A SecureTraveler icon will be added to your desktop, as illustrated by the icon shown in the example below (only showing part of the Windows XP desktop):.

. SECURETRAVELER SHORTCUT ON WINDOWS DESKTOP. No Login Confirmation: If No Login Confirmation is checked, you will not see this screen upon login:
LOGIN CONFIRMATION SCREEN
No Logout Confirmation: If No Logout Confirmation is checked, you will not see this screen upon logout:
LOGOUT CONFIRMATION SCREEN
SecureTraveler Language: By clicking on the Language field, you can select the language used for the SecureTraveler program.
You can move the mouse over the different check boxes or the Language selection field, and the Description field will show help information, explaining what the check boxes do. On the right, the DataTraveller II graphic is shown, with the total size, and the size of the privacy zone as previously defined for a 1GB DataTraveler II. Click OK to make changes, or click Cancel to return to the Login screen without making any changes. You can change the format of the DataTraveler by clicking on the Format button. You will then be presented with the Format screen:
FORMAT SCREEN CAUTION! Changing the size of your Privacy Zone requires formatting your DataTraveler, causing ALL secured and non-secured data to be lost. Please see Section 4.1 for details on changing your public and privacy zones. If you click on Change Password, you will be able to change the password to access the privacy zone. Frequent password changes are recommended for improved security. The Change Password screen is shown below:
PASSWORD CHANGE SCREEN First key in the Old Password (which is required to change to a New Password). If you dont remember or know the password, the privacy zone cannot be accessed and requires a new Format to set up a new privacy zone. Note that formatting will delete all files stored in a previously defined privacy zone. After entering the Old Password, followed by the New Password and Confirm New Password, you can enter a new Hint as a password reminder. When ready, click OK to continue with the Password change or click Cancel to return to the Settings screen. If the password is changed successfully, you will see the following screen:
PASSWORD CHANGE CONFIRMATION SCREEN You can now exit SecureTraveler and use the DataTraveler to carry your information, with the assurance that the privacy zone will help protect your information from unauthorized access.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
To see the latest FAQs, go to the Kingston website http://www.kingston.com/support. For quick viewing, several FAQs are listed below.
I would like to secure all the data on my DataTraveler II. Why am I limited to a Maximum Privacy Zone of 90%? Your DataTraveler II needs space to run SecureTraveler, as well as information about your DataTraveler. 10% of your DataTraveler II is kept free to save space for upgrades and future applications without hindering SecureTraveler operation. How do I switch between the Public Zone and my Privacy Zone? Launch SecureTraveler from your desktop, DataTraveler II or quick launch bar. If you see a prompt asking for your password, this means that you are currently in the Public Zone. To switch to your Privacy Zone, enter your password and click OK. If you see a pop-up window with a prompt asking you for logout confirmation from your Privacy Zone, this means that you're working in your Privacy Zone. To switch, click OK. To remain logged into your Privacy Zone, click Cancel. I accidentally deleted SecureTraveler from my DataTraveler II. How can I access data in my Privacy Zone? Download a new copy of SecureTraveler from the web (http://www.kingston.com/support/downloads) to your DataTraveler II. The Privacy Zone that you previously designated will be accessible. Can I use SecureTraveler with more than one DataTraveler II on my computer? Yes. All DataTraveler IIs support the SecureTraveler application installed on your operating system. Why cant I see the public partition after logging into the privacy partition? You cant access or see both partitions at the same time. You need to log out of the privacy partition to see the public partition, just like you need to log in to see the privacy partition. Can I disconnect my DataTraveler without logging out of the privacy partition? Yes, you can disconnect the DataTraveler without logging our of the privacy zone. However, to protect your data, Kingston recommends that you log out of the privacy zone prior to disconnecting the DataTraveler.

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Why can I use SecureTraveler only on certain Windows 2000 or Windows XP computers? You can only use SecureTraveler on computers for which you have administrative privileges. How do I delete the privacy zone? Actually, you need to reformat the DataTraveler and set the privacy zone size to 0 MB. That effectively returns all the space to the public zone. Note that you will lose all files during the format procedure, so back up any important files prior to any format changes. Can I use more than one DataTraveler II with the SecureTraveler simultaneously? No, you can only use one at a time.
For the latest FAQs, please visit the Kingston website (http://www.kingston.com/support).

 

Technical specifications

Full description

Capable of withstanding harsh operating conditions, the DataTraveler Secure - Privacy Edition USB drives feature titanium-coated stainless steel casings that are waterproof rated and conform to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 60529 IPX8 standard to protect against water damage to depths up to four feet. Access control and data protection are provided via 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) hardware-based encryption that enables information to be encrypted and decrypted by authorized users, without the need for special software. To meet specific enterprise-level security and compliance requirements, Kingston's DataTraveler Secure - Privacy Edition drives feature advanced security measures, including a complex password protocol, which locks out potential attacks after ten consecutive failed password attempts.

General
Product TypeUSB flash drive
Storage Capacity4 GB
Width3.1 in
Depth0.9 in
Height0.5 in
CompatibilityNon-specific
Memory
Speed Rating24 MB/s (read) 10 MB/s (write)
Interface TypeHi-Speed USB
FeaturesEncryption support, password protection, waterproof
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces1 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type A
Miscellaneous
Certified for Windows VistaCertified for Windows Vista software and devices have undergone compatibility tests for ease-of-use, better performance and enhanced security.
Compliant StandardsPlug and Play, AES-256
Target CompanyTSA
Software / System Requirements
OS RequiredMicrosoft Windows 2000 SP3 or later, Microsoft Windows XP SP1 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support5 years warranty
Service & Support DetailsLimited warranty - 5 years
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature32 °F
Max Operating Temperature140 °F
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandKingston Technology
Part NumbersKW-U044G-1BAJ, KW-U044G-1XA

 

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