2020_2 Happy New Year!

Hi Everyone,

We just wanted to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all, and a big thank you to all of our customers for supporting what we believe is a very important product for families today.

This year we will be releasing Kibosh 2.0, another step closer to the perfect Parental Control solution. We’ll be introducing a new Gigabit Wireless AC router, a new UI, a new location and app usage monitor, an improved mobile solution (unlike anything yet available), and more. Of course our unique Internet content filtering service will be even better as we expand our server farms. Plus, we’ll finally start marketing!

A raw, unfiltered Internet is no place to raise a family because hardcore pornography is so rampant today that it’s nearly impossible to avoid, even when conducting the most benign searches. Kibosh has solved this problem unlike anything else yet made – simply turn it on and the bad stuff, and only the bad stuff is gone as if it never existed…the Internet as it should be. We built Kibosh to protect our families, and yours in a sustainable way so you don’t need to do anything else post setup (if we did our jobs right).  Please use it, and pass the word. Kids look to us for protection – let’s get it done in 2020!

Making and delivering Kibosh is not easy do to which is why you don’t see 20 other companies doing it, and even the ones that are doing it aren’t doing it right. A driving passion (i.e. to develop the definitive Parental Control solution), hard work, and persistence is how we got this far. Our hope is that all of you, in 2020, find something that ignites your passion, something that makes you excited to wake up in the morning. Find something that will make this world better than how you found it, something that helps someone else (for we are our brothers keepers!) and go for it. Nothing can stop you but you. I hope you work through any bad relationships, re-build bridges, and focus your thoughts on the positive things in life. If we all do this, everything else will fall into place.

2 Corinthians 10:3-5

Sincerely,

Scott Thompson