May 3, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
Here’s a protocol that could save classified information from falling into the hands of cyber criminals. Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance or DMARC is described as the following:
DMARC is designed to fit into an organization’s existing inbound email authentication process. The way it works is to help email receivers determine if the purported message “aligns” with what the receiver knows about the sender. If not, DMARC includes guidance on how to handle the “non-aligned” messages.
If we can have a tool that would help us in resolving issues with potentially threatening emails, it would be a big relief, right? Read this article to find out how promising this email protocol can be. – Gail Limpin
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