Another wave of Snapchat spam indicates that Snapchat spam seems to be here for a while. We profile the different types of spam and ways in which Snapchat can deal with it.
Today, in partnership with telecoms and technology analyst Ovum, we have announced the results of a global enterprise mobility survey. The survey threw up some surprises and confirmed a few things we might have guessed to be true.
Bit.ly has recently been flagging links to appspam invites by glide as suspicious/dangerous. We profile the events that led us to this.
With the focus on the upcoming festive season and the Indian fascination for investing in Real Estate, spammers are smacking their lips. We have observe quite a lot of spam related to Real Estate and are expecting it to increase going forward.
This blog is a tool to help readers decipher such spamming tactics and not to get carried away.
A new Android SMS worm, Selfmite, detected in mobile networks.
As the deadline for compliance with Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) looms, prohibiting the distribution of unsolicited commercial messages, AdaptiveMobile investigated the amount of blocked SMS spam currently being sent to Canadian subscribers.
Was your phone number part of the Snapchat data breach? Chances are you received more than snaps recently.
Every day, thousands of social network, messaging and game mobile applications compete for downloads. This fierce competition has led to increasingly aggressive techniques to ‘encourage’ take up of these apps. One method which we’ve seen become an increasing issue, particularly over the last six months, is growth hacking.
This week we've released a new visualization of text message spam in North America, that allows you to explore what areas are affected the most, and where its coming from
Due to increasing changes in their domestic environment, Chinese text message spammers are coming under more pressure to stop their spam. One group, codenamed SIKA, are attempting to get around this by outsourcing their Chinese spam generation to North America, in the first sign of something that may become more common.