Kaspersky Mobile Security 9.0 (Symbian)

 
 
 
 

How to add a new entry or edit an existing entry in Parental Control Black List in Kaspersky Mobile Security 9.0 (Symbian OS)?

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2011 Dec 22 ID: 3228
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky Mobile Security 9.0 (for Symbian-smartphones series 60 UI)

The Black List in Kaspersky Mobile Security 9.0 contains entries with phone numbers, SMS and calls to which will be blocked by Parental control. Information about blocked SMS messages and calls will be registered in the Log.

In order to add an entry to the Parental control Back List, perform the following actions:

  • select Black List in the Parental control tab
  • press Options and select Add entry
  • set the following settings in the screen that will open:
    • Block outgoing: type of outgoing information from a subscriber number which Anti-Spam blocks:
      • SMS and calls: allow outgoing calls and SMS messages
      • Calls only: block outgoing calls only
      • SMS only: block outgoing SMS messages only
    • To phone number: the phone number which will be blocked for outgoing SMS messages and/or calls. The phone number should comprise only alphanumeric characters; it may begin with a digit, a letter, or be preceded by the "+" symbol. As a number, it is also possible to use the masks "*" or "?" (where "*" is any amount of symbols, and "?" any one symbol)
  • press OK to save the changes.

In order to edit an entry in the Parental control Black List, perform the following actions:

  • select Black List in the Parental control tab
  • press Options and select Edit entry
  • edit the following settings in the screen that will open:
    • Block outgoing: type of outgoing information from a subscriber number which Anti-Spam blocks:
      • SMS and calls: allow outgoing calls and SMS messages
      • Calls only: block outgoing calls only
      • SMS only: block outgoing SMS messages only
    • To phone number: the phone number which will be blocked for outgoing SMS messages and/or calls. The phone number should comprise only alphanumeric characters; it may begin with a digit, a letter, or be preceded by the "+" symbol. As a number, it is also possible to use the masks "*" or "?" (where "*" is any amount of symbols, and "?" any one symbol)
  • press Back to exit to the previous menu.

 
 
 
 
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