Dutch registrars will be rewarded for DMARC deployment

SIDN will soon expand its Registrar Scorecard with multiple standards that contribute to further securing email. SIDN is going to reward registrars who implement StartTLS, DKIM, SPF and DMARC standards to their domain portfolio. The Registrar Scorecard was launched back in 2015. Within this program SIDN rewards registrars who contribute in improving the quality of …

EFAIL PGP vulnerability does not affect DMARC Analyzer

May 14, 2018 Today, news sources published about a vulnerability in encrypted email using OpenPGP and S/MIME. Later this morning (European time), the IT security lab at the Münster University of Applied Sciences released the details of this vulnerability referred to as EFAIL. The official website of https://efail.de/ describes the context and possible mitigations. DMARC …

Inbound Protection and Outbound Control because of DMARC!

DMARC Analyzer recognize that the context of what DMARC can do is not always clear. DMARC is about email security. Traditionally this was about inbound protection, where DMARC can be used. Though, DMARC is more about outbound email protection. This article attempts to clarify this and provides information about the differences between inbound and outbound …

Mimecast and DMARC Analyzer

Mimecast announces new alliance partnership with DMARC Analyzer Mimecast and DMARC Analyzer Offer Increased Security for Email and Better Visibility and Governance to Stop Email Fraud Lexington, MASS – June 26, 2018 – Mimecast Limited (NASDAQ: MIME), a leading email and data security company, today announced that DMARC Analyzer became an Alliance Partner. Together, joint …

New features: Domain grouping, Add domains directly and Worldmap of Threats

New features to simplify your DMARC project DMARC Analyzer loves feedback we’re constantly working on new features. Our latest update contains 3 much requested features. Managing a high number of domains made easier For organizations with many domains, it’s common to use a different approach to deploy DMARC for a selection of domains. From now …

ARC is here!

ARC? Is that DMARC light or something? No, not really. ARC is a new protocol which stands for “Authenticated Received Chain” and has been developed to correct situations in which DMARC would fail. We’ll first take a look at the situations which can be corrected with ARC. After doing this, we’ll take a look at the …