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Pangolin - Simple Cybersecurity for Home & Small Business

A project in Hong Kong, Hong Kong by TeamRed Labs
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Pangolin: a smart cybersecurity device for the home and small business
Backers: 115
Average Daily Pledges: HK$6,031
Average Pledge Per Backer: HK$1888

Funding: HK$217,122 of HK$313,600
Dates: Oct 8th -> Nov 22nd (46 days)
Project By: TeamRed Labs
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HK$217,122

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Last Updated: 14 minutes ago

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HK$277,434

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Latest News

Does Facebook care about your privacy?

November 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everyone! As you may have guessed, we care a lot about data privacy and helping others protect themselves from making mistakes. It's not always about getting attacked by cybercriminals.  Sometimes, it's about putting faith in the wrong platforms.... (Read More)

We're more than halfway there!

November 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everyone, We'd like to thank all of you again for backing our project. We're more than halfway there with 20 days to go, and we're confident that we'll hit our goal.  We look forward to getting Pangolin out to you, and are excited to help make... (Read More)

Ever wondered about how we decided on our device shell?

October 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everyone! We hope your week's been going well so far. We've spoken a lot on our Kickstarter page about our hardware and software. However, we want to share a little bit more about our product design. For those of you that are interested in the... (Read More)

Thanks for the early support!

October 11th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everyone, Thanks to all of you great people who have backed us so far, we’re happy to have a third of our funding goal complete after only a couple of days. We’re humbled by your support and can’t wait to get Pangolin out to all of you.... (Read More)

Adding new early bird tiers

October 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everyone! A number of you have reached out and shared that you'd like to buy multiple units early on, and wanted to enjoy the full early bird discount.  We've listened to your positive feedback and have opened up new limited tiers that sell 2, 3,... (Read More)

Pangolin cyber security system hits Kickstarter from $149

October 9th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
If you are looking for added protection for your home or small business against cyber attacks you may be interested in a new system created by the developers at TeamRed Labs, called Pangolin. (Read More)

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