Some of you may remember Cujo as the 1980’s movie about the rabies infected St Bernard that reigned terror on a small town. It was not a particularly great movie but it sure made many people think twice about dogs as loving and friendly creatures. We are not sure if the movie was the inspiration behind the naming of the CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall. But the thought of the cutesy device with the animated eyes turning rabid on intruders is morbidly a nice one. Or maybe that is just us.
Most of us are aware of the dangers of hackers and the threat from cyber intruders. However, not many of us are aware of the full extent of this threat. We install anti-virus software on our computers and perhaps even on our phones. We may know better than to simply click on links on strange websites or spam email. But what about the rest of the smart devices that also connect to the internet? These are IoT devices like your smart TV, game consoles, media players, home security system, smart home devices and many, many more.
That smart baby monitor that allows you to check on your baby remotely from work is susceptible to hackers who can gain control over the monitor and see what you see. The thought of it can be really scary. One way to protect your home and yourself is to set up a security firewall on your router. However, this is easier said than done because setting up one requires knowledge that most of us do not possess.
The CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall is a device that helps protects your entire home from all kinds of online security threats. It takes out all the hassles of configuring a security system. All you need to do is plug in CUJO to your existing router and install the app on your phone or tablet. That is it!
CUJO monitors your network and acts as a gateway between your devices and the internet. It uses the power of cloud computing to analyze external computers and devices that try to connect to your smart devices. If it detects anything suspicious, it will inform you via the app. You can then decide to block or allow the connection.
Based on the feedback it receives from you and your usage pattern, CUJO will learn over time what is safe and what is not. CUJO also learns by communicating with other CUJO devices. As it becomes smarter, it will require less interaction from you.
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