How to setup PGP encryption for Forensic reports?

DMARC Analyzer doesn’t store the body of Forensic reports by default. It is possible privacy sensitive data is included in these emails. For analysis it will be harder as you don’t know which email causes your DMARC to fail. To fix this problem we introduced a new method to view the Forensic reports. When a …

Forensic DMARC reports explained

In order to receive DMARC forensic reports an organization needs to create a DMARC record and publish it into the DNS. After publishing a DMARC record it will be able to receive DMARC forensic reports from all ISP’s that are supporting DMARC. These forensic reports contain crucial information to secure an organization’s domains. This article …

Forensic report overviews explained

Within the DMARC Analyzer Suite it is possible to view forensic reports. The forensic messages are grouped based on the subject of the detailed message. Expanding the overview shows detailed results from these messages, including the feedback- and email headers. Users are able to identify invalid email flows a lot faster by using the forensic …

Aggregate report overviews explained

Within the DMARC Analyzer Suite one can find the DMARC Aggregate Reports section in the left side bar. It is possible to group data from the DMARC aggregate reports in multiple overviews: the per sending source, the per result, the per organization and per host overviews. In this article we will explain how these overviews …

Usage of mailinglists and DMARC

Mailinglists can form a ‘challenge’ while implementing DMARC. The reason for this is that mailinglists typically forward the message to the list members while pretending to be the initial sender of the message. While this is (and has been for a long time) the intended workflow for mailinglists, this does introduce an issue when working …

When to enforce the DMARC policy to reject?

The following article covers when an organization is ready to enforce the DMARC policy. We give comprehensive guidance on how to enforce the DMARC policy and discuss whether it is always desirable to enforce the DMARC policy to reject. What DMARC policies are available and what impact do they have on email delivery? Within DMARC …

Aggregate DMARC reports explained

In order to receive DMARC aggregate reports an organization needs to create a DMARC record and publish it into the DNS. After publishing a DMARC record an organization be able to receive DMARC aggregate reports from all ISP’s that are supporting DMARC. These aggregate reports contain crucial information to secure an organization’s domains. This article …

Things to do after collecting your first DMARC data

You have implemented domains to your dashboard, added a DMARC record into your DNS and now receive data. What to do next? In this article we will tell you how you should analyze your data. After you took the first steps of deploying DMARC you will be generating data. You can now start analyzing the …

Set up Two-factor authentication for additional security

DMARC Analyzer takes the security of your data very serious. We protect our systems with the latest techniques. For us this is obvious as your account is filled with valuable information describing your companies infrastructure. However next to the security we can implement, we also believe it is very important for our users to have …

How to approach vendors with DMARC related questions?

Deploying DMARC for all domains can be a hard process. During this process a lot of sources need to be set up correctly in order to send DMARC compliant email. Some sources have documentation available on how to let their emails become DMARC compliant. However most sources do not and therefore it can be difficult …

What is a DMARC report?

In this article we will cover what a DMARC report is. What a DMARC report look like, what you can do with it and how can you get them? Who sends DMARC reports? When you publish a DMARC record, a lot of ISP’s (i.e. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, etc.) will send you DMARC reports. These reports …

What does DMARC compliant mean?

In this blog article we will cover what DMARC compliance is and how to become DMARC compliant. In order to fully implement DMARC, being DMARC compliant is key. What is DMARC compliance? With DMARC it is possible to gain full insight on your email channel, choose from three different DMARC policies and protect your domains …

What to do with sources failing the DMARC checks?

In this article we will cover what to do if you find sources failing the DMARC checks. You can find these sources in the per sending overview of the ‘DMARC aggregate reports’ section. Why is a source marked as failed? The reason a source is marked as failed, is because the email(s) from this source …

What is forwarding within DMARC?

Forwarding is a bit of an edge case within DMARC. Forwarding happens when an email receiver forwards your email to another recipient. Log in on app.dmarcanalyzer.com and go to “DMARC aggregate reports” → “Per sending source” to see detailed statistics about your forwarded emails. There are two types of forwarding: 1. Manual forwarding Manual forwarding …

How to remove a domain from your account?

In this article we will cover how you can remove a domain from your account. How to remove a domain? First step to take when removing a domain from the DMARC Analyzer Suite, is to remove the DMARC record that points to DMARC Analyzer. When the record is removed or points to another email address …