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law Report on the compliance of DMARC with the GDPR [PDF]

DMARC stands for: Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance. The background to DMARC.org is to increase security in email communication and to ensure greater protection of email recipients against phishing mails, as well as facilitating domain reputation. The goal is to filter out or inte rcept certain forms of criminal emails (phishing) early on so that they do not reach the users [...] [more] 
certified-senders.org    Law, Deliverability

antispam DMARC adoption rates very low across most industries.

This year, we made it a priority to analyze the adoption of Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) in industries using email as a key means of communication and business growth. We looked at the domains of the SaaS 1000, top law firms, nonprofit organizations (NPOs), higher education institutions, top Chinese brands, and e-retailers to better understand how seriously they take email authentication. Unfortunately, not one industry reviewed had even a 50% adoption rate, [...] [more]
250ok.com    Spam, Study, Deliverability

stats Multi-Industry DMAC Adoption 2018 Report [PDF]

This year, we made it a priority to analyze the adoption of Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) in industries using email as a key means of communication and business growth. We looked at the domains of the SaaS 1000, top law firms, nonprofit organizations (NPOs), higher education institutions, top Chinese brands, and e-retailers to better understand how seriously they take email authentication. Unfortunately, not one industry reviewed had even a 50% adoption rate, [...] [more] 
amazonaws.com    Spam, Study

antispam Google moves gmail.com to "quarantine" DMARC policy (for subdomains)

Gmail warned us that a more restrictive DMARC policy was coming, didn't they? That warning came all the way back in 2015. They said that "p=reject" was coming. Maybe it still is -- we're not there yet, but this appears to be a step in the right direction. Today's update: For subdomains under gmail.com and googlemail.com, they've implemented a "quarantine" DMARC policy. [...] [more]
spamresource.com    Spam

antispam Minimal DMARC

What if your recipients have been happily forwarding the mail you send to them to internal mailing lists and alternate accounts and so on for decades? And that forwarding is the sort that’s likely to break DKIM signatures as well as break SPF? And while everyone would advise you not to deploy DMARC p=reject, or at least to roll it out very slowly and carefully with a long monitoring period where you watch what happens with p-none, you have to deploy p=reject real soon now? [...] [more]
wordtothewise.com    Spam, Deliverability

antispam How Apple's DMARC Changes Affect Email Senders

Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance, otherwise known as DMARC, is a protocol and best practice for email deliverability that continues to grow within the email marketing world. Email mailbox providers continue to update their DMARC policies and we want to make sure email senders are aware of these changes and what it means for their programs. Yahoo and other inbox providers have done it previously, and Apple is the most recent inbox to take this step. This update it one of [...] [more]
sendgrid.com    Spam, Deliverability

stats DMARC Adoption Among e-Retailers (Q1 2018) [PDF]

Today we are publishing an exclusive 250ok report DMARC-Adoption-Among-e-Retailers-2018. We analyzed 3,033 top-level domains (e.g., www.brand.com), also known as root domains, operated by the top 1,000 U.S. and top 500 E.U. e-retailers to see if they met the minimum email authentication protocols that protect their brands and consumers from phishing attacks. The study revealed that nearly 90% of the domains reviewed did not meet that basic email security standard. In the report, we review the DMARC [...] [more] 
amazonaws.com    Spam, Study, Deliverability

discussion AOL/Yahoo Transition Update: AOL DMARC & FBL Reports

AOL Postmaster Lili Crowley posted an update yesterday to the AOL Postmaster Blog regarding the future of DMARC and FBL reports from the AOL platform. Here's my summary of that information: For DMARC reports: AOL is saying that the MX records for their domains are in the process of being transitioned from AOL inbound email servers to new email servers. As each domain's MX record is transitioned, AOL will no longer send DMARC reports for that domain. Any DMARC reports for that domain will now come [...] [more]
spamresource.com    Deliverability

antispam About that DMARC "exploit"

A security researcher has identified a rendering flaw that allows for “perfect” phishing emails. From his website: Mailsploit is a collection of bugs in email clients that allow effective sender spoofing and code injection attacks. The spoofing is not detected by Mail Transfer Agents (MTA) aka email servers, therefore circumventing spoofing protection mechanisms such as [...] [more]
wordtothewise.com    Spam, Deliverability

discussion The feds are deploying DMARC

The US National Cybersecurity Assessments & Technical Services Team have issued a mandate on web and email security, including TLS+HSTS for web servers, and STARTTLS+SPF+DKIM+DMARC for email. It’s … pretty decent for a brief, public requirements doc. It’s compatible with a prudent rollout of email authentication. Set up a centralized reporting repository for DMARC failure and aggregate [...] [more]
wordtothewise.com    Deliverability

tactics Best Practices with Sender Policy Framework (SPF)

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is one of the primary means of authenticating email messages as they transit the Internet. The importance of SPF is growing as additional technologies, such as DMARC, are built on top of the standard. As more domains implement SPF records, greater value is derived from the framework for anti-spam systems and mailbox [...] [more]
socketlabs.com    Deliverability

discussion Supporting new DNS RR types with dnsextlang, Part I

The Domain Name System has always been intended to be extensible. The original spec in the 1980s had about a dozen resource record types (RRTYPEs), and since then people have invented many more so now there are about 65 different RRTYPEs. But if you look at most DNS zones, you'll only see a handful of types, NS, A, AAAA, MX, TXT, and maybe SRV. Why? A lot of the other types are arcane or obsolete, but there are plenty that are useful. Moreover, new designs like DKIM, DMARC, and notorously SPF have [...] [more]
jl.ly    Deliverability

antispam Email: How To Get Started With DMARC

So you’re looking to implement a DMARC policy for your company and are now scratching your head thinking, “What did I get [...] [more]
dyn.com    Spam, Deliverability

antispam Schützen Sie Ihren Brand mit DMARC vor Phishing E-Mails

Im folgenden Artikel möchten wir erläutern, warum Marketeers DMARC implementieren sollten, um sich vor Phishing zu schützen. Aussagen und Interviews relevanter internationaler ISPs untermauern unseren Standpunkt. Für diejenigen, die einen technischen Gesamtüberblick bekommen möchten, haben wir DMARC auch im Rahmen der technischen Zustellung betrachtet. [...] [more]
email-marketing-forum.de    Spam

antispam Email Authentication Accelerates, But Enterprises Struggle to Get It Right

More and more domains are adopting DMARC, the most modern and effective standard for authenticating email. That’s great news in the war against phishing and spam. Unfortunately, ValiMail has found in our just-published global industry analysis, the failure rate for DMARC implementers is still way too high?—?around 75 percent of those organizations that attempt it, to be exact. [...] [more]
valimail.com    Spam, Deliverability
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