The Panda GateDefender 8100 is a Linux-based filtering, AV, and intrusion prevention system. The system I have to work with has a P4 3.4GHz CPU, 1GB of DDR400, and an 80GB SATA drive. It has one available PCI slot, 2 unused SATA ports, and a CF slot.
While you can get a display on the VGA connector, its not an actual console. To get a console, you’ll need a serial cable. Open up a terminal emulator and set the port to 57600,8,N,1, then power on the machine. To get into the BIOS, press the tab key when prompted.
If you look at the motherboard, you’ll see JP1 is labeled CMOS Reset. I’ve tried this, and it did not seem to actually reset anything, nor did JP8 (NMI) or JP2 (???). I used a tool called CmosPwd to recover the actual password (its ‘adnap17’). Once in the BIOS, you can move on to getting more access to the box.