Can anyone show me an example of Armor being a bad thing that I can replicate and see myself?
I activated the Armor and have yet to see a blocked site or have any speed issues or connection issues. If anything, I get my little notifications when new devices connect on my phone now which is actually cool because now I know when someone is trying to connect to it at any time.
But I haven't came across the massive amounts of problems people are having... so is there something one of you can tell me to do to replicate a problem or blocked site that shouldn't be blocked so I can see if I have the same problems or if I just have a perfect installation since I recently freshly installed Windows. So I only have Steam, a few apps like Dropbox, and basically just games installed. I don't use any anti-virus software except the standard Windows 10 Defender it comes with. Mostly default settings.
What's so bad about Armor? Unless mine isn't working properly. Seems like a pretty seamless installation and now I mentally feel safer. Someone help me see it as a bad thing, BUT ON MY OWN, meaning show me how to see a site that's blocked or a device not working with it on my end.
Re: Can anyone show me an example of Armor being a bad thing that I can replicate and see myself?
Hi there @Merq. It's hard to understand why your post has remained unanswered all this time. Perhaps folks are hesitant to post information because they don't know or don't care to go through the trouble of posting a screen shot without revealing personal information. So here is one and I can give you dozens more. I run Armor as a stand-alone application on the router ONLY. I did not and will not enable BD Total Security because it caused me headaches on both MACs and Windows computers. But as a standalone watchdog right at the router level, it seems to be doing the job quite well indeed. If you want more example, PM me and I will give you more, as many as you like. I've had Armor for a bit over two months now, and I have 30+ instances where Armor blocked deceitful URLs