Dojo- FAQ

Congratulations!

In just a few steps, your home network will be safe and secured with Dojo!

Before starting to set up your Dojo, ensure you have the following:

- Four AA batteries

- WiFi router admin credentials

- Smartphone Bluetooth turned on

Setting up Dojo

Unpack the Dojo by BullGuard Kit.

The kit consists of the following items: 

- Dojo Pebble

- Dojo Base Unit

- Quick Start Guide

- Ethernet cable

- AC adapter

  

Important note: before starting, we highly recommend you call Dojo by BullGuard support center at 1-888-577-9411 and one of our agents will guide you through the setup process.

Setup Dojo in four simple steps:

STEP 1: Connect the Dojo Base Unit to the WiFi Router

STEP 2: Download and Install the Dojo App on your smartphone

STEP 3: Turn on the Pebble

STEP 4: Register your Dojo and create an account

 

There are two options for connecting the Dojo base unit to the WiFi router, depending on the way your home network is set up:

Note: It is important to understand which network you have and follow the setup instructions both for the physical setup and software configuration.

Option 1:
Router Mode (preferred for installation)
: When using your service-provider WiFi router or another single WiFi router.

 


 

Option 2:

Bridge Mode: When using both your service-provider Wi-Fi router and an additional WiFi router. 

Important note: Please DO NOT use Bridge mode installation before you contact Dojo by BullGuard Customer Support.

The support team will assess your home network setup and see if it fits for bridge mode installation.

It is important to understand which network you have and follow the setup instructions both for the physical setup and software configuration.

 


Router Mode

1.Plug the provided Ethernet cable into the ETH2 port of the Dojo base unit, as shown here, then plug the other end into any available port in the WiFi router.

 

 

 

2. Plug the AC adapter into the Dojo base unit as shown here, then connect the adapter to a power outlet.

 

Wait a few minutes before you proceed with the setup.

 


Bridge Mode

Important Note: Please DO NOT use Bridge mode installation before you contact support.

The support team will assess your home network setup and see if it fits for bridge mode installation.

1. Unplug the cable connecting your personal WiFi router from the service-provider WiFi router.
2. Plug the Ethernet cable provided in the Dojo kit into the ETH2 port of the Dojo base unit and Plug the other end into the same port of the Wi-Fi router from which you unplugged the cable in step 1.

 

3.Plug the AC adapter into the Dojo base unit and connect the adapter to a power outlet.

4.Plug the Ethernet cable that you unplugged in step 1 into the ETH1 port in the Dojo base unit.

Download the Dojo by BullGuard mobile app.

      

 

You may also scan the QR code in the Quick Start Guide for downloading the Dojo by Bullguard app.

 

1. Turn the Pebble over, so that the Dojo logo is visible.

2. Slide the battery cover off in the direction of the arrows, to expose the battery holder.

3. Insert four (4) AA batteries into the battery holder. Ensure they are aligned properly and then close the battery cover.

4. Turn on the Pebble by pushing the button located next to the Dojo logo for a few seconds.

    Red, Green, and Blue circles flash to indicate that the Pebble is turned on.

5. Turn the Pebble right-side up.

 

You're all set!

You may place the Pebble on the Dojo Base Unit or anywhere around the home. 

 

Important note: Before starting the installation, it is highly recommended to contact Dojo’s Customer Support, and receive a guided installation by a support agent. 

You need to use the Dojo by BullGuard mobile app for registering your Dojo and creating an account.

Please make sure you are within five meters of the Dojo Base Unit during the setup process.

Let’s begin:

1. Launch the Dojo app and enable push notifications. 

Note: Enabling push notifications in essential for the Dojo app to function correctly.

2. Select the Register option

 

 3. Fill in the required information and create your Dojo by BullGuard account. Select NEXT when done.

Note: The email is used as your username and cannot be changed once the Dojo is registered. Please make sure you are using an active email account to which you have access.

 

4. Accept the terms of service by selecting AGREE. You will not be able to continue the setup without accepting the terms of service.

 

 

 

5. Select I OWN DOJO to continue. 

 

 

6. You will be prompted with a welcome screen 

Confirm you are using a single WiFi router.

 

 

 7. Please check your email account for a verification code. Key in the PIN code, then select SUBMIT.

It might take 10 minutes before you receive the verification code  

 

 

8. Please check the email account for the registration message.

This email contains a six-digit PIN code. Key in the PIN code, then select SUBMIT.

(If you haven't received the PIN code please check the spam folder in your email)  

 

9. Please watch the short Installation Guide Tutorial. 
You may call Dojo by BullGuard's Support and receive free installation services. 

  

Select CLICK HERE WHEN YOU'RE DONE

 

10. Please wait a few moments while the Dojo app searches for the Dojo Base Unit.

Select LET'S START when pairing is complete.

 

11. Please wait a few moments for the registration process to complete and then select NEXT

 

 

12. Dojo successfully registered. Select NEXT to continue.

 

  13. Insert your WiFi router admin credentials. Select NEXT and then CONFIRM

In case you decide not to provide credentials you will need to mark the box next to “I’ll change my WiFi router settings manually”.

Next, You will need to disable the DHCP server in your WiFi router, and then restart it and any switch or bridge that you may have on your home network. 

14. You may watch the tutorial for detailed guidance.

 

15. You have completed the Dojo installation! Dojo is now verifying your home network setup. This process may take several minutes and once completed select DONE.

You will receive a notification on your smartphone. 

Note: If you did not follow the instructions in step 13, Dojo would be limited in protecting your WiFi network. Please make sure the DHCP server is turned off on your Wi-Fi router.

 

 

 

16. Dojo will preview all of your connected devices listed in the "Unprotected" group or "Guest" group. You may move the devices to other groups based on their type: Personal Devices or Smart Home. 

You may find more details regarding the app usage in the Dojo Mobile app section.

 

Congratulations!  Dojo is now protecting your home WiFi network and keeping your privacy intact.

 

 

Setting up Dojo is simple!

You may take a look at our short setup videos:

 Dojo installation tutorial video

 Dojo mobile app overview

  

If you have chosen the option "I’ll change my WiFi router settings manually" during the installation process, please perform the following:

1. Log into the WiFi router admin page

2. Disable the DHCP server

3. Apply the changes

4. Restart the router

 

Important note: before you start the installation, it is highly recommended you contact Dojo by Bullguard Customer Support, and receive guidance regarding your home network compatibility with Dojo.

 

WiFi Router Vendor/Model

Supported Mode

Notes

Regular router –Multiple Vendors
tested list: (with DHCP disable option)

·       Netgear

·       Linksys

·       TP-Link

·       D-Link

·       Belkin

·       Arris

·       Asus

·       Cisco

·       Ubiquity

·       Others

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: Yes

 

Routers with DHCP enable/disable option are fully supported and the preferred installation mode is Router mode.

Apple Airport Extreme and Express

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: Yes

 

Requires Apple Airport to work in bridge mode

Eero mesh network

 

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: Yes

 

Requires Eero Wi-Fi system to work in bridge mode

Google Wi-Fi

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: Yes

 

Only Single unit configuration is supported. Mesh configuration (more than 1 unit) is not supported

Google OnHub

 

 

isn’t compatible working with Dojo

AmpliFi Mesh Wi-Fi System

 

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: Yes

 

Requires AmpliFi Mesh Wi-Fi System to work in bridge mode

Ubiquiti UniFi

 

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: Yes

 

Requires Ubiquiti UniFi to work in bridge mode

Netgear ORBI

 

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: Yes

 

Requires Netgear ORBI to work in bridge mode

Linksys Velop

 

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: Yes

 

Requires Linksys Velop to work in bridge mode

Luma Surround Wi-Fi

 

Router mode: No

Bridge mode: No

Luma Surround Wi-Fi Does not support Bridge mode nor DHCP enable/disable therefore cannot be used with Dojo.

Comcast Xfinity

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: N/A

 

DHCP must be disabled

When used as single Wi-Fi system at home

AT&T Uverse

 

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: N/A

 

DHCP must be disabled

When used as single Wi-Fi system at home

Spectrum (Time Warner Cable)

 

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: N/A

 

DHCP must be disabled

When used as single Wi-Fi system at home

Verizon

 

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: N/A

 

DHCP must be disabled

When used as single Wi-Fi system at home

Frontier

Router mode: Yes (preferred)

Bridge mode: N/A

 

DHCP must be disabled

When used as single Wi-Fi system at home

Broadband Model (Cable Modem or xDSL Modem)

Router mode: No

Bridge mode: No

 

Optimum

 

isn’t compatible working with Dojo

Dojo is a comprehensive and in-depth security system for smart devices and connected homes.
It has three main components:

Dojo Device: Plugs into your router and carries out threat detection, threat prevention, and network management. It analyzes traffic on the home network and enforces security.

For instance, it detects cyber threats and neutralizes them. It constantly monitors the home network and all devices connected to the network. It searches for network and device behavior that indicates something is out of the ordinary such as an attempt to insert malware into a smart device.

Dojo Cloud: An intelligent cloud-based cybersecurity engine that constantly collects and analyzes metadata generated by all deployed Dojo devices, irrespective of geographical location. This allows it to build a unique picture of thousands of smart homes and smart devices. If a cyber attack is taking place at one smart home, in addition to stopping the attack, it takes the data it has gleaned and adds it to a ‘reference library’ of information. The collected data is then applied to thousands of other smart homes using Dojo, to prevent the same attack from being carried out.

Dojo uses machine learning (sometimes known as artificial intelligence) and proprietary algorithms to detect, alert and mitigate threats in a completely new and advanced way that offers levels of protection for smart homes and smart devices that are simply not available elsewhere.

Dojo App: A mobile application and the main tool for using Dojo. It has a simple and intuitive user interface that provides users with alerts if a security incident is identified as well as options on what action they can take if required. It’s easy to use and doesn’t require any technical knowledge whatsoever.
The app is available for iOS and Android.

 

 

Most of the security and privacy risks are automatically mitigated without a user involvement. In case of Red alerts (when user involvement is required) the user is alerted via the app with a simple drop-down menu. Once the user makes a selection the system is immediately updated.

Dojo by BullGuard’s value proposition is all about the customer’s security and privacy.
The company does not collect any user data. The only data it collects is metadata related to the devices behavior and security/privacy related logs. This data is used to improve the device intelligence and leveraged to the power of a crowdsourced security engine.

There is no need for any special preparation or installation procedures. The device needs to be connected as instructed by its manufacturer. Dojo will automatically guide the user via the app how to treat it security and privacy-wise.

The Dojo Pebble is an award-winning design device that constantly displays the status of the home network through a series of concentric light circles.

Metadata is data that describes and gives information about other data. Within the context of Dojo it provides summaries about data that is travelling over the home network and allows Dojo to rapidly detect threats.

Dojo protects all smart devices connected to the home network. These devices are often referred as the Internet of Things (IoT) devices, such as connected cameras, baby monitors, smart locks, smart alarms, thermostats, TVs, video streamers, printers and many more.

Dojo protects all of the devices stated above as well as smartphones, tablets, laptops, PCs and IoT Gateways devices that are also connected to the home network whether wired or wireless.

Dojo constantly scans the home network. If an attack is detected, you will be notified via the Dojo Pebble and the Dojo App.

The Dojo Pebble has three light rings; Green, Orange, and Red. Green signifies all is well and Orange signifies that a breach is taking place, but it is being taken care of automatically. Red signals that user intervention is required. This case is typical because a new device has been added to the home network and Dojo needs your authorization to allow the device access to the network.

The Dojo Pebble synchronizes with the Dojo app. The app sends you real-time notifications if an ‘event’ is taking place. The notification provides you with detailed information about the potential breach, for instance, somebody was trying to deploy malware on one of your smart devices.

Most of the security and privacy breaches are resolved without any action on your part, as such threats are automatically nullified as a matter of course. However, in case of a Red alert (typically when an unrecognized device tries to get onto your network), you will receive a notification on your mobile app to either allow or block the device.

The metadata is stored in the Dojo-Labs cloud platform. This is a highly secure environment which uses the most robust encryption available. This cloud environment does not contain any user data and as a result, users cannot be identified and neither can data be exploited.

You can choose which devices have access to your home network, to the internet or to other connected devices. You can also block or allow internet access from any device.

Dojo provides phishing and malware detection by default. Hence you might see the following messages: 

- The site contains malware: The site you're trying to visit might install harmful software, called malware, on your computer.

- Deceptive site ahead: The site you're trying to visit might be a phishing site.

- The site ahead contains harmful programs: The site you're trying to visit might try to trick you into installing programs that cause problems when you're browsing online.

- Download with caution: Some sites try to trick you into downloading harmful software by telling you that you have a virus. Be careful not to download any harmful software.

 

If you see one of these messages, we recommend that you close your browser or the application on the device listed in the alert. 

 

 

Setup typically takes only a few minutes via app guided installation.

However, it may take longer if you have a complex home network setup. In this case, it is recommended to contact Dojo by BullGuard Customer Support for installation guidance.

 

No additional software is required besides the Dojo mobile app.

The Pebble battery life is approximately six months.

The Dojo Pebble is not rechargeable. The Dojo Base Unit is operated by a power adaptor and the Pebble is battery operated. When the Pebble battery expires, typically after six months, it needs to be replaced

The Dojo device needs to be physically located next to the residential WiFi router. The Pebble can be located anywhere within your home as long as it is indoors.

There is no need for any special preparation or installation procedures. You simply connect any device to your home network as instructed by the manufacturer. Dojo will recognize that a new device has been added to the network and automatically guide you via the Dojo app about what you need to do from a security and privacy perspective. This typically consists of a few simple steps.

Dojo is designed to be controlled remotely via the Dojo app. If you receive a Red alert, you will be asked by Dojo to either allow or block the device wanting to connect to your network.

If you receive an Orange alert, you are not required to take any action, as Dojo automatically resolves the issue. 

Dojo Mobile app has 3 major sections :

  1. Dojo bot- chat interface used by Dojo to notify you with all security and privacy-related information.
  2. My Devices- a high-level view of your home’s Wi-Fi network and all connected devices.
  3. Settings- general service and application settings.

1. Overview of Dojo Screen :

Dojo screen acts as chat application and informs you about security, privacy, and network related alerts.

It is important that you enable the app’s notifications in order to receive security updates from Dojo.

         

         

 

Dojo has 3 Type of alerts with 3 different colors:         

 

Green: all good, no user action required.

 

Orange: Information only, no user action required.

 

Red: System alert, user action may be needed. You can view the response options by clicking on the arrow on the right to the notification.

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

2. Overview of Device Screen

A. Discovering Devices in Your Network

Once the Dojo base unit is activated and ready, it scans your home Wi-Fi network and discovers all your connected devices. As soon as devices are discovered, they are displayed in the My Devices tab. A push notification is sent for every newly discovered device and appears in the chat interface as well.

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Dojo places every new device by default in the Guests or Unprotected group. You need to move each device into the desired group based on the device nature. Device with Fixed IP cannot be moved to other groups and will remain in the Unprotected group until their settings will be changed from fixed IP to DHCP enabled. This is done for each device in a different way using the device management application.

 

B. Device Groups

Devices that have been discovered by Dojo can be sorted into four different groups. Each group has particular characteristics and capabilities. By placing a device in a particular group, you define how it interacts with other devices in the network, how it accesses the Internet, and how it is protected.The following groups are available:

 

 

Smart Home Group 

  • Devices in this group are protected by Dojo against malicious activity, unauthorized access from any network, malware, Trojans, and so forth.
  • Usually, you would place your smart home devices, cameras, door locks, and alarm systems in this group.
  • It is possible to open external ports from the Internet to devices in this group, for example, setting port forwarding for remote access to your camera.  

 

Personal Devices Group

  • Devices in this group are protected by Dojo against malicious web pages, unauthorized access from other networks, malware, Trojans, etc.
  • Devices in the Personal Devices group are allowed to access and configure the router.
  • Usually, you would place your smartphones, mobile devices, tablets, PCs, Mac, laptops, and other advanced devices in this group.
  • It is possible to open external ports from the Internet to devices in the Personal Devices network.

 

Guests Group

  • Access to the Internet is enabled and devices in this group can access any website.
  • Devices in this group have basic protection from malware, Trojans, malicious websites, and so forth.
  • Devices in this group are not allowed to access other devices in the Personal Devices and Smart Home Groups.
  • Devices in this group are not allowed to access the router management portal.

 

Unprotected Group

  • Devices with static (manual) IP addresses of the router network are placed automatically in this group.
  • Once you change the IP address or a device from static (manual) to DHCP-assigned, the device moves into the Guest Group.
  • Devices in the Unprotected group cannot be moved to other groups.
  • Access to the Internet is unrestricted and the devices can access any website.
  • Devices in the Unprotected Group are not protected from malware, Trojans, malicious websites and so forth.
  • Devices are not allowed to access other devices in the Personal Devices and Smart Home Groups.
  • To enable a device to entirely bypass Dojo, you can move it from its current group to the Unprotected Group.

 


 Overview of Settings menu

Select the Menu button in the top left corner of the app to access your Dojo account, Dojo app settings, and online help and support.

  • Select Dojo to display the Dojo tab (main screen).
  • Select My Devices to display the My Devices
  • Select My Account to display details of your Dojo account, where you can also change your password.

 

  • Select Settings to display a screen where you can change some of the app settings.

           

 

 

In the My Devices tab, you can view all the devices that Dojo has detected on your home WiFi network. Each device has several characteristics and marking shown on this screen

Each device has the following markings:

  • Device name: The detected name of the device 
  • Device type: The Device category such as IP Camera, Thermostat, Smart Lock etc 
  • Device activity: A device with an active connection to the internet is marked with three moving dots. An inactive device is marked with three static dots.
  • A blocked device is marked as blocked
  • A device that uses a static IP is marked as an IP icon.

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By clicking on a particular device, you will see on the upper part of the screen, device details. On the bottom part of the screen, you will see recent alerts and device activity.

 

The Edit button allows you to edit device details: Device Name, Device Type, Block/Unblock etc.

 

Editing Device Details

You can edit device details as follows:

  1. In the My Devices tab, select the device to display its details.
  2. Select Show More to display more details.
  3. Select Edit in the top-right corner.
  4. Edit settings as needed.
  5. Select Save to apply the changes.

 

 

The following are the device properties you can edit:

  • Block: This switch lets you block or unblock the device from the network. A blocked device cannot communicate with other devices and has no access to the Internet.
  • Device Name: Dojo displays the device name it has detected. To change it, select the name and edit as needed.
  • Device Type: Dojo displays the detected device type. To change it, select the arrow next to the device type. Select a different device type from the list displayed.
  • Group: Dojo maps all new devices into the Guests Group by default. To move it, select the arrow next to the group name. Select the new group from the list displayed.
  • IP Address: Dojo displays the current IP address of the device and indicates whether it is static or dynamic. By default, IP addresses are dynamic. If you choose to use a static IP address, Dojo will permanently assign the same IP address to this device. This is important when you need to access the device either remotely or internally by its IP address. To modify the type of IP address, select Static or Dynamic.
  • Remote Access: Dojo displays whether remote access is allowed or blocked for the device. To allow, select Yes and to block, select No. When you select Yes, you must provide the external IP address, the internal IP address, and network protocol (UDP or TCP) to use. 

 

Groups and devices on Dojo app

Dojo app enables you to assign different devices to different groups.
Each device group has been designed as follows: 

Smart Home: This group is highly protected and isolated, therefore, it is recommended to assign only Smart Home devices such as IP cameras, thermostats, lighting systems, smart TVs etc. to this group.

Personal Devices: This group is designed to protect your personal computing devices such as PCs, Macs, smartphones, tablets etc.  Devices in this group have access to the devices in the “Smart Home” group.

Guests: This group is designed for devices which require internet access only. Devices in this group are blocked from accessing any device in any other group. Please minimize the number of devices in this group by moving them to the appropriate group.

Unprotected: Devices in this group cannot be managed by Dojo. However, they are blocked from accessing any device in any other group. Please minimize the amount of devices in this group by moving them to the appropriate group whenever possible.  

 

WiFi router cannot be deleted or moved to another group.

Inactive devices cannot be moved to another group until they become active again.

Pending devices cannot be moved or deleted until they become active again.

Blocked devices cannot be moved or deleted. You need to unlock the device before applying any change to it.

 


In order to move a device into a different group:

  • Drag the device into relevant group
  • Edit device details

 

By Dragging

  • Select My Devices tab
  • Select Edit.
  • Drag the required device from one group to another, by touching and holding down its drag handle.

 

 

  • Select Change Group or Cancel.
  • Select Done.

The device receives a Pending status until it has moved successfully to its new group. This action might take several minutes.

 

By editing the device details

  • Select the device to display the device’s details and then select Edit.
  • Select the arrow next to Group.

 

  • Select new group from the groups that are displayed.
  • Select Save to apply the changes.

 

Important note: It is not possible to move a device from one group to another in the following scenarios:

  1. Inactive device: you cannot move an inactive device to another group unless it becomes active again.
  2. WiFi router: WiFi router will always remain in "unprotected" group and cannot be moved to any other group.
  3. Static IP: If your device is configured with static IP (in the device itself) it cannot be moved to any other group and will remain in the "Unprotected Group".

 

iOS minimum requirements :

      -Minimum iOS Version : 9

      -Supported Architectures : armv7, arm64 armv7, arm64

      -Device Family : iPhone / iPod touch

      -Required Capabilities : armv7

 

Android Minimum requirements :

-Minimum Android Version : 5

- HW : no specific hardware limitation.

 

Dojo app is available for both iOS and Android based devices.

Click here to download iOS version 

Click here to download Android version

The Dojo app continuously updates.

The Dojo software is constantly and automatically updated to maintain the system with the latest security and privacy updates.

Temporary devices are mapped into the Guest Group network. They can be easily added and removed at any time.

You will be notified 24/7 regardless of your location. As long as your mobile device has internet access you can see the status of your home network and you will automatically receive notifications.

The Dojo app does not track your location, does not collect your data nor has any access to what is stored on your phone. The app only uses the push notification service. 

As long as you have internet access the Dojo app works anywhere in the world.

Dojo by BullGuard provides multi-channel support services.

For product installation and network related support please call:

US toll-free 1-888-577-9411. 

UK toll-Free 0-800-096-4811

The phone support is available during the following hours :

Monday through Friday, between 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM, CST.

Saturday through Sunday, between 11:00 AM and 8:00 PM, CST.

 

For any other topic, Dojo by BullGuard provides 24/7 email and chat support.

Email: helpdesk@dojo-labs.com 

Chat: https://dojosupport.freshdesk.com/helpdesk

Marketing and sales: info@dojo-labs.com

 

 

The Dojo kit comes with a 12-month warranty that can also be extended during product usage.

Dojo by BullGuard offers a highly competitive price point for its product and the intelligent cloud service.

 It provides the most comprehensive and in-depth security available for an unlimited amount of smart connected devices, continuous updates, and real-time alerts.

 

The retail price is $199.00 and includes a free lifetime subscription service. 

The price includes:

- Full Dojo by BullGuard kit: Dojo Base Unit, Pebble, Ethernet cable and power supply.

- Lifetime service subscription

- 24/7/365 support.

Dojo will continue to work, however, the devices will not be monitored nor updated. You will get limited reporting and won’t be able to use Dojo by Bullguard support services.

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