AdaptiveMobile, the world leader in mobile security, is today announcing the launch of a new SMS spam reporting service designed to enable consumers to report and protect themselves against mobile spam. A simple smartphone application can now be made available via an operator’s portal, which will help a subscriber manage their own SMS inbox and remove, block and report unwanted SMS messages. The simple one-click reporting mechanism will make spam much easier to report and provide operators with more actionable information as to how best to protect their subscribers.
Oracle has today announced that AdaptiveMobile, a Gold-level partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork, has embedded Oracle Berkeley DB within its Network Protection Platform, designed to help mobile operators and service providers better protect their subscribers from viruses, spam, malware, fraud and inappropriate content.
Mobile network protection platform now allows operators to provide consumers with handset applications to report mobile spam, manage their privacy and personal data, and be protected against new threats.
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