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US-based company Cujo has founded the subsidiary Cujo Baltic in Lithuania, reports Vz.lt. The company plans to create up to 100 jobs for software developers and other workers at the branch in the city of Kaunas. Cujo offers a smart device protecting household wireless networks from hackers. Its customers include Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Singtel and Telefonica.

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