It saddens me that this section had to be created. But there are groups and individuals that each member of the Team must be aware of. Everyone must stay vigilant and be ever cautious. - Charles
Currently our most dangerous enemy. K.A.R.R holds a very deep-seated grudge against Knight Industries, and more specifically F.L.A.G itself.
He is an A.I that was created over twenty years ago. His programming was severely flawed, as he was programmed for self-preservation over the protection of human life. He was deactivated until a way could be found to make him more stable. He was accidentally reactivated back then and escaped, fearing being shut down again. It took the Knight Industries Two Thousand, K.I.T.T's predecessor, two attempts before he was finally destroyed for good.
Now, twenty years later, it appears that K.A.R.R has returned. His CPU Core is still functioning, though we do not know in what form. K.I.T.T believes from observing K.A.R.R's reclusive actions that he does not have a body. His CPU Core is connected to the Internet, which is how he communicates with us. He has hacked into F.L.A.G's computers twice, though Ian is very adept in repelling him.
The Unknown Man (K.A.R.R's Minion)
While K.A.R.R does not have a body, there is a man under his control. This man's identity is unknown, though K.I.T.T's scan has shown that he has had reconstructive surgery to his face. He always wears black, with dark sunglasses hiding his eyes. He follows K.A.R.R's wishes completely and without emotion. K.A.R.R has used him to kidnap K.I.T.T and endanger Katherine's life on three separate occasions.
Robotics Outfitting & Operations Corporation (R.O.O.C)
R.O.O.C is a technology developer that rivals Knight Industries. David is convinced that they are in league with K.A.R.R. K.A.R.R did use one of R.O.O.C's factories to dismantle K.I.T.T, but whether R.O.O.C had knowledge of this is still unknown.
After David was kidnapped by the Unknown Man, he was taken to a drop off location in order for Katherine to trade herself for David. David describes this logo as being on the shirt of one of the men that transported him to the drop off location.
The R.O.O.C logo belongs to it's creator: lunchmeat