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Solution for spim

Solution for spim

A LOCAL antivirus vendor has a product that could have prevented the recent spate of hoax text messages currently plaguing Vodafone NZ. Simworks chief executive Aaron Davidson says that although his company regularly talks to Vodafone about its products, the mobile carrier is not pre-sently a customer. Davidson says antispam products reside either at network level or on the handset, so it can be provided by the operator or sourced by the customer.

“Putting the system on a personal handset enables the user to specify that they don’t want to receive SMS with certain types of content, but also [from] specific people,” he says.


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