Who Uses DMARC?

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With the rise in email attacks and spoofing, strong protection is more important than ever. Many organisations have turned to DMARC. Anyone who wants to protect their email domain from being used for malicious purposes can use DMARC.

How Does DMARC Work?

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DMARC combines two essential components such as SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail), that provide a framework to verify the authenticity of incoming email messages.

What is DMARC? A Complete Guide


DMARC is an open email authentication protocol that provides robust domain-level fortification of the email communication channel. It is a robust shield protecting email domain owners from unsolicited exploitation and malicious activities. DMARC is a protocol—essentially a set of rules—that dictates how email receivers and senders handle email authentication.