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Product: Jackson Armor Card
Date: January 31, 2006
Author: Kristofer Brozio
Edited By: Mike Smith
Provided By: Jackson Armor
Pages: 1 2 3
Discussion: Discuss in Forums


There seems to be a new virus popping up all the time, sometimes I think that my Anti-Virus software won't be able to keep up. AV software is also sometimes bypassed by viruses, making your system vulnerable to attack. There is a way to protect your self that does not involve software; it is through hardware such as what I have today from Jackson Armor. It is called the Armor Card; it is impervious to attack by viruses as it runs outside of your operating system. It easily plugs into a free PCI slot on your motherboard and is setup before your OS boots. It also protects CMOS and BIOS settings as well from attack.

I would like to thank Jackson Armor for the chance to review their products.

First Looks

The Armor Card arrived to me carefully packed in several layers of bubble wrap. Getting that open I found another padded envelope that contained the actual card itself in an anti-static bag, along with some instructions and a CD.

Opening the box I found a flyer with info related to the Armor Card, a short instruction sheet, a CD with drivers and other software on it and of course the Armor Card itself.

The Armor Card is very small just a few inches or centimeters in length. It is relatively plain looking, nothing flashy at all.

That's it for first looks, let's get into installation and testing...

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