Although the BrightCloud® Mobile Security SDK allows vendors to offer enhanced mobile security – including antivirus, antimalware, secure web browsing, and web classification – protection using web classification is not possible when users browse in Android Incognito mode. For such cases, Webroot offers a mobile web browser called SecureWeb. Partners can implement the BrightCloud SecureWeb Browser as the default and only browser used by devices managed by their MDM platform.
The BrightCloud SecureWeb Browser uses proprietary Webroot web classification and web reputation databases to prevent users from connecting to malicious sites, including phishing sites. Security administrators can manage web filtering settings and categories to:
Mobile vendors integrating the BrightCloud SecureWeb Browser can filter content based on 83+ categories, such as gambling, pornography, and social networking sites. The feature works with the standard Android browser or can be embedded within a partner's browser.