If you’re like me, you have a lot of devices connected to your internet router all the time: an Apple TV, Roku, smart phone, laptop, printer and video game systems. And that’s just in my home. Other people have WiFi connected scales, toothbrushes, lighting systems, refrigerators, door bell, baby monitors and more. Every time you add a new WiFi connected device to your network you give a local hacker in your area a new way to sneak into your home network.
Cujo fixes that.
Cujo is basically a device that adds a personal firewall to all your smart devices. How the Cujo works is that you connect it to your basic internet router. While your PC has a basic firewall program or a subscription service like McAfee looking out for viruses and intruders, your WiFi connected refrigerator doesn’t.
Installing Cujo was simple and easy. All I needed to do was plug the device into my router and download the app. Then all I needed to do was give permission to my devices and my friend’s smart phones when they came over. It’s simple and easy. You can even control when and what your child sees and does over the internet with Cujo.
The Cujo’s eyes help let you know when everything is secure or not. Smiling eyes mean everything is great while angry eyes tell you if someone is trying to access your home network. But don’t worry, Cujo gives you the choice to continue to block the device or unblock the device in case it’s you or a friend trying to get in.
Cujos’ all over the world also share data with each other in order to update their security, making your Cujo the most up-to-date security device along with the subscription service.
If you have a small business, live in a very active area or just want to protect your personal data the Cujo is great product for you.
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Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.