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Topic # 198895 27-Jul-2016 15:00
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Has anyone ordered a Cujo from the project page? I see they've listed Cujo on Amazon. Interested to know if anyone have this working here in New Zealand yet.





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  Reply # 1599895 27-Jul-2016 23:15
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Looks interesting. So would it be called a UTM appliance, because that's quite impressive for $99.
Although I can't imagine the performance would be that fantastic if it has to check with a hosted server if the packet is malicious or not. I guess there would have to be some level of local caching of definitions to make it work ok.

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  Reply # 1600004 28-Jul-2016 08:53
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$99 + the monthly fee........ adds up. 





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