CUJO Smart Firewall vs Dojo Smart home security gateway

Many users have created and setup the smart home automation with the devices from smart locks to smart lights in their house, such as Amazon Echo, Nest Learning Thermostat, Scout DIY security system and more. Most of them require to connect to Internet, so you might look for a way to protect from phishing scams, viruses, hacks, malware, and other cyber threats. To resolve the big problem, two products including CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall and Dojo-Labs do the job well.

CUJO Smart Firewall vs Dojo Smart home security gateway comparison
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To get CUJO or Dojo-Labs Smart Internet Security Firewall working, you need to plug the device into a wall outlet and also connect to your router by an Ethernet cable. It sit on your desk smiling.

They protect you from cyber threats, but offers a different level of protection. Here is their comparison by spec and features.
CUJO Smart Internet Security Firewall
Dimensions: 4.4 x 4.4 x 3.7 inches; 10.7 ounces
Review: This is Enterprise level security device for home. Cujo monitors all the data that comes in and out of your home’s network, while it is perfect for smartphones, computers and laptops.
Cujo is a firewall combined with anti-virus and anti-malware protection. It scannes all entering network data for viruses and malware, as well as eliminate threats automatically through Cujo’s database.
Based on your rules, Cujo ont only prevent you from accessing sites that are not trustworthy, but also prevent your devices from sending out information Its built-in cyber threats are frequently updated, so all the other Cujos know how to stop threat.
The Cujo App: you are able to configure Rules
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Dojo smart gateway by Dojo-Labs Inc
Dimensions: 7.3 x 3.3 x 3.2 inches; 1.3 pounds
Review: Perfect for smart home devices.
Dojo acts as your network’s gateway, and gathers metadata (data about data) instead of actual data.It takes information (image, Video, File or HTML) and classifies them as metadata, then know what kind of data will be sent or received. For example, when a new security camera are trying to send videos to the cloud server or to a foreign country, Dojo considers that to be sensitive data, and asks you to allow it, block the action once, or block all similar activities. The useful function is that Dojo is learning over time.
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