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Block incoming porn texts

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Repeated unsolicited texts from :

All texts are using a different (bogus?) phone number, where manually blocking does never solves the issue!

Switching notification to off, likewise dies nothing.

Mozilla VPN does nothing, other than grossly slow down internet use on my iPhone.....

Every "phone number" associated with the porn texts are unique, hence AT&T, Nomorobo, etc utilities fail to trap the nuisance texts. Texts are always followed with some kind of unique link after the "webpage" as follows:

The only consistent aspect of each porn related text is the embedded. ""

The Mozilla browser, VPN, etc need a means to filter out and block this, and anything similar......

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One solution could be enabling "Filter Unknown Senders" by going to Settings->Messages->Toggle on Filter Unknown Senders

Hopefully this solves your issue or at least reduces the amount of messages you receive!

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I have used that filter for unknown senders for several years now, however this recent case is managing to circumvent the system. Setting specific filters on the desktop is intuitive, and seems to work for emails. Texting to the iPhone has yet to offer a means to trap these nuisances. Apps like Nomorobo, etc trap criteria based on problem phone numbers that are repeatedly used. This problem website apparently uses random generated "phone numbers" to evade spam filters. Further, the deceitful "" domain avoids flags from general firewalls. The cryptic letters that follow the domain are always unique as well, to ensure escape from filters too.....