A DMARC record is part of your Domain Name System (DNS) record, which is responsible for routing Internet traffic. Additional information, such as your domain’s DMARC record—a text entry within
SPF, DKIM and DMARC: Are they mere acronyms or Useful Email Security?
Since the early days of the internet, spam has been a persistent and chronic problem. Gary Thuerk of Digital Equipment Corp (DEC) sent the first unsolicited mass e-mailing (later dubbed
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How can you block email based impersonation and phishing attacks with DMARC?
It is a well-known fact that in most of the cyber-frauds, the cyber criminals impersonate trusted identities, mainly because the chances of the victim falling for such emails are high.
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DKIM Records: How To Create and Add Them To Your DNS
What is a DKIM record? DKIM is an open standard for email authentication that helps protect email senders and recipients from spam, spoofing, and phishing. It allows an organization to
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What is the DKIM selector and how does it work?
There are 150,465 live websites using DKIM. But what is DKIM? DKIM stands for Domain Keys Identified Mail which is an email authentication technique that helps the receiver to check
What does a DMARC record look like and how do I generate it?
A DNS txt record published in your public DNS is known as a DMARC record. This is a DMARC record, as indicated by the DMARC version tag. The receiver would
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Top 6 Misconceptions People Have About DMARC
Many businesses make the mistake of relying on their consumers or staff to detect and report phishing attacks. This technique, however, is flawed. Around the world, 90% of leading brand
How do SPF, DKIM, and DMARC Work Together?
Spam email messages have been a scourge since the Internet’s inception, and they’ve only gotten worse as the number of connected devices and people using the Internet has increased. Despite
Why Should Everybody Use DMARC To Prevent Phishing?
Phishing and malware attacks are often carried out via email. According to a May 2016 cyber threat report by an Internet security technology company, the Locky ransomware was solely responsible
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DMARC Deployment Mistakes Companies Make During Implementation
Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting & Conformance, or DMARC, protects an organization’s trusted domains from email spoofing. Due to the exponential growth of email fraud, and the fact that domain spoofing
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