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How DKIM, SPF & DMARC Work to Prevent Email Spoofing and Phishing

What’s a hacker’s weekend gateway?” They do Phishing. Hackers can have very few attacks for a weekend, but there are many weeks of intense activity. Right now, we are experiencing intense attacks.   Anybody on the Infosec team will know what I mean. You will need to send a dozen emails to set up a […]

How DKIM, SPF & DMARC Work to Prevent Email Spoofing and Phishing

What’s a hacker’s weekend gateway?” They do Phishing. Hackers can have very few attacks for a weekend, but there are many weeks of intense activity. Right now, we are experiencing intense attacks.   Anybody on the Infosec team will know what I mean. You will need to send a dozen emails to set up a […]

Gmail increases email security by adding support for BIMI

Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) will allow organizations to increase the trust of Gmail recipients by automatically displaying their logos in emails, newsletters, and offers. Gmail’s support for the Brand Indicators For Message Identification (BIMI standard) makes it possible to show that these types of email communications are indeed coming from a legitimate […]

How Morse Code is being used to hide nefarious URLs?

An innovative obfuscation technique of utilizing Morse code to mask malicious URLs in an email attachment is used in a new targeted phishing attempt.   A very old method of sending messages has been given fresh life. According to Bleeping Computer, threat actors exploited Morse code in a new URL phishing attempt discovered in early […]

How does DMARC help increase Email Deliverability?

Email is an excellent technique for businesses to promote their brand and attract clients. Because it is hard to check if the sender is who they claim to be, email facilitates the spread of spam, phishing, malware, viruses, and other sorts of fraud. Legitimate senders must overcome intricate anti-spam systems in order to get their […]

Phishing and The New Age of Email Security and Trust

We usually hear the term ‘phishing’ but don’t fully comprehend its implications. This word refers to a larger category that includes a variety of targeted email attacks. Cybercriminals emphasize simple, low-cost assaults with a high likelihood of entangling victims. The economics must make sense, whether it’s phishing (low cost, wide net) or spear-phishing (higher cost, […]

How does DMARC prevent criminals from spoofing your domain?

If your organization does not implement DMARC, it enables cyberattackers to: Transmit funds from susceptible employees through fraudulent emails while impersonating key officials in your firm. Send bogus bills to your workers and business partners. Use your domain to sell illicit items. Spread ransomware. Impersonate customer service in order to get sensitive customer or partner […]

What is Transactional Email and how does it work?

Email is required for any program that requires user identification; nevertheless, email does not always receive the attention it deserves. It’s simpler than ever to give your consumers a first-class transactional email experience thanks to current email service providers, but the difficulty for most of us is that we don’t know what we don’t know.  […]

How is Phishing Evolving and becoming increasingly dangerous?

Despite significant advances in how corporations can stop millions of cyber assaults, email threats continue to breach defenses because hackers are constantly modifying their attack patterns and strategies. Cyber attackers change more than simply code; they also change methods. According to research, cyber threat actors are shifting from high-volume attacks to more focused operations, such […]

How to setup DMARC to qualify your domain for VMC

What is DMARC? DMARC (Domain-Based Message Authentication Reporting & Conformance) is an email authentication protocol, policy, and reporting protocol that allows organizations to protect their domain from unauthorized use, including spoofing, phishing, and other forms of spoofing. You must ensure that your organization complies with DMARC before you are eligible for a VMC. Don’t procrastinate […]