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ArmorShield® RFID Blocking

RFID Blocking Sleeves

ArmorShield® RFID blocking card sleeves prevent skimming or unauthorized use of your ID card. There are many applications we apply RFID packaging solutions. ArmorShield® is a Tyvek® and foil based material that provides durability.  The foil provides the RFID blocking protection against unauthorized use of your ID card. We make both in-stock & custom printed RFID blocking sleeves that at the guaranteed lowest cost. Purchase bulk orders of our high quality In-stock RFID card sleeves online, these are the best ArmorShield® prices you can find! Contact us now at 800-776-7633 and receive samples or a free quote!

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Information Packaging Corporation created the ArmorShield® RFID card sleeve due to the increasing use of RFID chips in passports, enhanced driver licenses, credit/debit cards, and smart cards. Therefore, we’ve been using the top quality RFID protectors to secure your identification with our in-stock or custom made RFID card sleeves!

Furthermore, ArmorShield® is a proprietary material that we developed to provide protection against unauthorized access or skimming of RFID cards. Thieves use cheap technology to ‘skim’ card information to obtain the cardholder name, card number and expiration date. As a result, they exploit the information to make unauthorized purchases online or by phone through  stolen card information.

Our RFID protective sleeves largely apply to the following markets; United States Federal, State government identification, Canadian government identification, bank cards, ID cards, and building access cards. Therefore, RFID blockers or sleeves are the optimal choice to protect the security of your card. In addition, many states and provinces located along the U.S. and Canadian border issue an Enhanced Driver’s License that requires RFID  protection sleeves. Without the protection of the ArmorShield® RFID shielding technology; skimming, unauthorized use or identity theft can happen while your card is still in your wallet. Some contactless card terminals can even read and charge your card from another checkout line.

ArmorShield® is FIPS 201 Approved

As a result, IPC manufactures ArmorShield® material that is FIPS 201 approved by the US Government that can be purchased on our In-Stock Shop. Therefore, classified as an Electromagnetically Opaque Shield. Read more about FIPS 201 approval on the U.S. Government site.  As a result, approval of the above products and services indicate successful testing against a rigorous, comprehensive set of functional requirements derived from government-wide specifications. In conclusion, testing included both positive and negative test cases, and threat vectors.

Additionally, the ArmorShield® RFID blocking sleeves activates card protection from electronic thieves. This includes; all contactless credit cards, passports, drivers licenses, ISO 14443A/B and EPC Gen1/Gen2 contactless smart cards; any contactless card that operates at 13.56 Mhz and above. Furthermore, the 13.56 Mhz interface is the one that typically contains personal data.

RFID Blocking Sleeves

The following cards are protected:

  • Contactless credit cards
  • Enhanced Driver’s Licenses (EDL) for Washington, Michigan, New York, Vermont and the Canadian Providences
  • United States Passport Cards
  • Transit cards like the Boston Charlie™ and DC Metro card
  • TWIC™ (Transportation Worker Identification Credential)
  • HID iClass, HID MIFARE®, HID FlexSmart, DESFire
  • Indala FlexSmart
  • Any card ISO 14443A/B or ISO 15693 compatible
  • MIFARE® and DESFire compatible cards
  • sQuid cards used in Europe
  • Military CAC (Common Acess Cards)
  • New Government PIV (Personal Identity Verification) cards like the Linc-Pass
  • Long range RFID EPC Gen1/Gen2 cards

 The Following cards are not protected:

  • Indala FlexISO, FLexCard, FLex Tag
  • Older “prox” cards, HID 125 khz. Includes: ProxCard II, ISOProx II, DuoProx II, Smart ISOProx II, Smart DuoProxII, ProxCard Plus

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