“We looked at it from the enterprise perspective first, but it dawned on us that homes have zero security. “In the enterprise security world there are these great, robust systems, and we've applied some of the same principles and kind of shrank it for the average home user to buy.”By collecting and analyzing a device’s patterns, CUJO is able to identify actions it can deem as unsafe and alert the user through the CUJO app.“We take snippets of information from every packet that enters your network.Using the packet headers, we build specific profiles for what your devices should normally do, and what devices in general normally do.Its rounded cream-colored form looks almost as though it should hold rose petals, or a candle, or be an air freshener.
Alternatively, spending $158 (£126) gets you the device and one year of service, or a one-off $249 (£199) covers you forever, with no further payment required.
Here's a patch, let's make sure that virus can't do what it's supposed to do.' That doesn't work today because most of these IOT hacks you hear about evolve every few hours.