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Minim Labs Toolkit Secures and Manages All IoT Home Devices
At the Consumer Electronics Show Minim announced a free spin-off of Minim, its cloud-managed WiFi and security Software as a Service (SaaS) platform. Minim Labs is designed to work with a new open source software agent called Unum that runs on Raspbian and OpenWrt Linux devices.
The Minim Labs toolkit secures and manages all connected devices in the home, such as the Google Home Hub, Sony Smart TV, and FreeRTOS devices, providing device fingerprinting, security scans, AI-powered recommendations, router management, analytics, and parental controls. By signing up to a Minim Labs account you receive a MAC address to register an Unum-enabled device.
The GitHub hosted Unum agent runs on the Linux router where it identifies connected devices and securely streams device telemetry to the Minim platform. Users can open a free Minim Labs account to register up to 10 Unum-enabled devices, offering access to Minim WiFi management apps and APIs.
“By open sourcing our agent and giving technologists free access to our platform, we hope to build a global community that’ll contribute valuable product feedback and code,” stated Jeremy Hitchcock, Founder and CEO of Minim.
Further information can be found into the original post on LinuxGizmos.com.