Asking questions about all the devices in your network is always good from a security perspective. As such, we're very happy to tell you exactly what's inside your LuJam Sensor. If you've got any questions, feel free to drop us a line and we can provide whatever additional information you need.
The sensors are LuJam-branded Raspberry Pi 3 Model Bs with a 8G or 16G SD card manufactured by Micro SD. They come with a 2.5A universal power supply with a 1.5m cable and 4 interchangeable heads (EU, UK, US, and AUS). We also provide a 12" ethernet cable to connect the sensor to your network's gateway.
The vast majority of the software running on the LuJam sensors is Open Source and we ensure we keep up with the latest security releases for all the components running on the sensor. We use the following Open Source components:
|Alpine Linux||3.8.1||Compact Linux primarily designed for security, simplicity, and resource efficiency.|
|dnsmasq||2.80||This runs the DHCP and DNS services that are normally provided by your gateway.|
|OpenVPN||2.4.4||The provides the VPN (Virtual Private Network) that protects mobile users.|
|Pixelserv||1.1||This is used to "block" adverts by returning a single pixel in place of the image or video.|
|OpenSSL||1.0.2r||This is the underlying library that enables HTTPS (as well as other types of secure communication)|
|Python||3.5.2||An interpreted high-level language designed for code readability.|
The LuJam software is mainly Ash and Python scripts to make sure everything is running as expected. We're planning to Open Source the LuJam components when we have time or there's sufficient demand.