RFID Jammer

RFID Jammer – Don’t be fooled by imitations

There are some products on the market that claim they are RFID jammers or are also in similar size card to Armourcard, however this is just a product name or cheap imitations, they in-fact still only offer passive protection of trying to block or shield an RFID signal which is NOT active jamming like that which Armourcard specialises in and has patented our technology. Armourcard complies with the FCC (Federal Communication Commission) in the USA as we needed to as we actually electronically jam the RFID signal. So that is why we needed to comply. No other pseudo copy of Armourcard needs to simply because they don’t emit a jamming signal.

 

Passive protection of trying to block or shield a RFID signal (whether with a metal or other composite material like the “RFID Jammer” pictured right, RFID blocking wallets or even wrapping each credit card in a shielding sleeve are generation one protection & can often still be penetrated^ they may limit the distance you can get skimmed BUT you can still be skimmed.

“Armourcard is the only Electronic RFID Jammer on the market and with its patented technology offers the latest 2nd generation in protection from wireless skimming.”

Armourcard electronically jams the frequency these credit cards & ePassports communicate over (13.56MHz). If you want the latest protection for your personal data then Armourcard is the only product to offer this superior counter measure to wireless skimming crime.

Why would you leave your personal data to chance?

Source: Passive Shields or metallic wallets – Only reduce the signal strength, this will not block a high-powered RFID reader
Source: Credit Card Fraud – The contactless Generation | Kristin Paget | Chief Hacker, Recursion Ventures. Please note Kristin Paget does not sponsor or officially endorse this website or product, we have only referenced a report that is freely available online to download and read. All credit for the report and its findings go to Kristin Paget. International Patent Application filed: PCT/AU2013/001415 | Australian Patent: AU2013354900 | US Patent: 9596051