Everything in your home that connects to the internet — and we mean EVERYTHING — is vulnerable to attack. Sure you have antivirus software on your PCs, but what about your smartphones and tablets? What about your TVs? What about your Amazon Echo, your home security cameras and your baby monitors? Most people don’t even realize how vulnerable all of these devices can be, and to be honest, you shouldn’t have to worry about hackers breaking into your network and using your Nest Cam to spy on you and record you.
That’s where CUJO comes in. This little gadget might look even more adorable than Wall-E, but it means business. CUJO takes just a few minutes to set up and once it’s configured, it uses machine learning to safeguard every internet-connected gadget in your home, from PCs and tablets to smart lights, Alexa speakers, TVs and web-connected thermostats.
Here are a few key features:
- CUJO smart firewall brings business-level Internet security to protect all of your home devices
- Internet Security: Guard your network and smart devices against hacks, malware, and cyber threats
- Mobile App: Monitor your wired and wireless network activity with a sleek iPhone or Android app
- CUJO connects to your wireless router with an ethernet cable. CUJO is not compatible with Luma and does not support Google Wifi Mesh. CUJO works with Eero in Bridge mode.
- Requirements for setup: Apple or Android smartphone, Internet service, router. Please Note: Kindly refer the Installation Video before use.
It’s every single internet security device you need, all rolled up into one cute little orb. Of note, there are three different ways to buy CUJO. For a limited time you can get the device and a lifetime subscription for $249, or you can pay $179 for the CUJO box and 18 months of service, or $99 for the box and 180 days of service. If you choose one of the latter two options, CUJO service costs $8.99 after the included service period expires.
You can learn more on CUJO’s website. Definitely check it out.
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