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CUJO WiFi and Internet Security Firewall Review

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Written by Adam Webb

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CUJO

According to a news story about CUJO on TNW, CUJO is a tech-startup that offers a secure box of the same name. The company was founded earlier this year and, taking advantage of the rising concern over IoT security issues, the founders of have managed to raised handsome amounts of crowdfunding money for their tech project.

CUJO is a cloud-powered security device that works in the same fashion as F-Secure SENSE and Dojo. The device, which looks like a coffee mug, auto-activates itself after being plugged in to one of the empty jacks on your router and needs no further setup.

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You can learn more about CUJO at: https://www.getcujo.com/
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According to the manufacturer, CUJO brings business-level security to your home with an easy-to-use interface and a combination of firewall, antivirus, malware and deep-packet inspection technology. The methods employed will block incoming threats before they reach their targets and will prevent some of the more sophisticated attacks that hackers use to circumvent router firewalls.

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CUJO relies on its cloud server to adapt and learn about new threats. It also pushes new analysis data on the cloud for further examination and discovery of new malicious activity patterns. To alleviate worries of consumers who are concerned about their data being sent and stored in clandestine locations, the creators of CUJO have said that all data stored on the cloud is encrypted, making it unavailable to hackers even if the server is breached.

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As is the case with its peers, CUJO is managed through an easy-to-use mobile app which displays an overview of devices connected to your home network and offers a feed of alerts and updates on the status of your devices.

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CUJO will be shipped in March 2016 and can be purchased at $49 (the cost will eventually rise to $109 in the future) plus a $9 subscription fee (or $89 for a complete year).

You can learn more about CUJO at: https://www.getcujo.com/

About the author

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Adam Webb

Houston, TX based Digital Marketing Specialist. Adam is a senior editor at DigitalReview and was formerly an editor at Mashable. A resident of Houston, Texas, Adam covers digital trends and much more.

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