Gmail introduces emails with lock

From now on computer users can see if their emails that go through Gmail are safe by Gmail lock. If so, the email has a special marking. For the time being, this service is only available in the United States. So there is lots of work to do for the companies that send huge amounts […]

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Categories: DMARC, General, Providers

Gmail’s wide deployment of TLS

When talking about authentication and encryption technologies —such are SPF, DKIM, DMARC—, Gmail has always been at the cutting edge of the topic. After having implemented Google Postmaster (read our related article), it is therefore possible to monitor the percentage of Google’s outgoing and incoming emails TLS encrypted or not. Announced by Google last week, […]

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Categories: Authentication, General, PowerMTA

DMARC: 3 years and a half from now. What much has been done?

It has been almost 4 years since the DMARC procedures were first launched, as well as our first publication of an article regarding this topic. As a reminder, DMARC is a Spoofing-fighting validation system. It relies on technologies such as SPF and DKIM, empowering email senders to provide receivers servers with the procedures of what […]

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Categories: DMARC, General

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