How to create a DMARC record

How to create a DMARC record? Once SPF and DKIM are in place, you configure DMARC by adding policies to your domain’s DNS records in the form of TXT records (just like with SPF or DKIM). The TXT record name should be “_dmarc.yourdomain.com.” where “yourdomain.com” is replaced with your actual domain name (or subdomain). Here …

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 …

How to start deploying DMARC in 5 easy steps

Deploying DMARC can be a difficult process. DMARC Analyzer provides a SaaS solution which empowers organisations to easily manage complex DMARC deployment. In this article you will learn how to deploy DMARC in 5 easy steps. 1. Identify all your companies domains Investigating all your company owned domains is the first step of your DMARC …

What is Storage spoofing?

Cybercrime is becoming more and more ingenious by the day. One of the latest forms of phishing attempts, we came across at one of the world’s busiest harbours, shows that even storage facilities aren’t safe when it comes to cybercrime and phishing attacks. Storage spoofing attacks are mainly aimed at national and multinational companies that …

What is spoofing?

Email spoofing is the forgery of an emailheader. This so that the receiver of the message thinks that the message is coming from someone or somewhere other than the actual source. Spoofing through email is an often used tactic for phishing- and spam campagnes. People will open an email more often when they think it …

5 common mistakes to avoid when deploying DMARC

Deploying DMARC can be an overwhelming and complicated process. In this article we will cover the 5 common mistakes to avoid when deploying DMARC. 1. Not setting up parked (inactive) domains All companies implement DMARC for their active domains. However most companies also have parked (inactive) domains and do not implement DMARC for them. Not …

How to validate your SPF record

How to validate your SPF record? Setting up the correct SPF record is an essential part of your technical settings. This page explains how to check and validate if you have set up the SPF record correctly. Go to the following URL and fill in the domain you want to check and press Start. https://app.dmarcanalyzer.com/dns/spf …

Analyzing your Domain Report

This section explains how you should read the DMARC Analyzer Domain Report, the main report of our service. First, you should filter based on the domain you’d like to review. After filtering, you might see the results grouped like in the image below:   Title Description Green authentication results: DMARC compatible – fully aligned These …

How to start with DMARC

Starting with DMARC is very easy. Just publish a DNS record to start collecting the reports. Doing that is also quite easy. Only 3 steps! Register or Login to DMARC analyzer and go to the DMARC analyzer setup to generate a custom DNS record for your account. Login to your DNS provider and go to …

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 …