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.
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...
Page 2 ---->