Email Authentication

Email fraud is a big problem for brands, businesses, and consumers alike. Spammers, spoofers, and scammers who sneak their way into an inbox can cause a lot of damage. But smart, responsible email marketers can take steps to prevent disasters.

That’s where our email authentication services come to the rescue and provide a sense of security for both senders and recipients.

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What is Email Authentication?

With email authentication, you can establish a secure connection between the email server and the sender, allowing you to better protect your business from phishing attacks, spoofing, and other malicious activities. Email authentication also helps to prevent spam and junk mail, allowing you to keep your inbox clutter-free.

By implementing email authentication, you can be sure that your emails are being sent from a legitimate source and that your recipients are receiving the content that you intended. This can help to boost your credibility and increase customer trust in your business.

Ensuring the security of your emails is essential for protecting your business and its data. Email authentication is an effective and affordable way to ensure that your emails are coming from the right source and are being sent securely. Contact us today to learn more about email authentication and how it can help protect your business.

DomainKeys Identified Mail

DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) provides a unique public key that pairs with a private key. This DKIM signature is a header added to the message and secured with encryption.

Sender Policy Framework

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is an authentication standard that verifies your identity as the email’s sender. This policy compares the sending mail server’s IP address to a list of IP addresses authorized to send mail from that domain. The SPF record is added to the sender’s DNS.

Domain Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance

Domain Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) is a policy for handling emails that fail SPF or DKIM authentication. This gives you more control over your email authentication system and helps protect the recipient against phishing and spoofing attacks.

Brand Indicators for Message Identification

The Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) standard attaches your brand’s logo to your authenticated emails. Behind the scenes, BIMI is a text record stored in your DNS records and contains the location of your company’s logo.

What’s on an Email Authentication?

  • Robust email authentication
    Ensures secure verification of email senders, minimizing the risk of phishing and spoofing attacks.
  • SPF (Sender Policy Framework) support
    Validates the authorized sending server for a domain, preventing email forgery.
  • DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) support
    Adds a digital signature to outgoing emails for recipient verification of message integrity and authenticity.
  • DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) support
    Combines SPF and DKIM to establish an email authentication policy, including handling of unauthenticated emails and generating monitoring reports.
  • Real-time email analysis
    Analyzes incoming emails in real-time to identify suspicious or fraudulent messages.
  • Blacklisting and whitelisting
    Enables blocking of known malicious senders or domains while allowing trusted senders through.
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  • Reporting and logging
    Generates comprehensive reports and logs on email authentication activities for monitoring and analysis.
  • Integration with existing infrastructure
    Seamlessly integrates with email servers, clients, and security systems without disruption.
  • Customizable policies
    Allows administrators to define and enforce customized email authentication policies based on organizational needs.
  • Scalability and performance
    Designed to handle large email traffic volumes with minimal impact on delivery speed and overall performance.
  • Automated email notifications
    Configurable automated notifications and alerts for authentication failures or suspicious activities.
  • Compliance with industry standards
    Adheres to widely accepted email authentication standards and best practices for compatibility with various systems.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Email authentication refers to the process of verifying the legitimacy and integrity of email messages, ensuring they are sent from genuine senders and have not been tampered with during transmission.

Email authentication is crucial for combating phishing, spoofing, and other email-based attacks. It helps protect users from receiving malicious or fraudulent emails, safeguards the reputation of legitimate senders, and enhances overall email security.

Our Email Authentication service supports SPF (Sender Policy Framework), DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail), and DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) protocols, which collectively strengthen email authentication and security.

SPF allows domain owners to specify which servers are authorized to send emails on behalf of their domain. By checking SPF records, email receivers can verify that the sending server is legitimate and reduce the risk of spoofed emails.

DKIM adds a digital signature to outgoing emails, providing a cryptographic proof that the message originated from the claimed domain and has not been altered in transit. Recipients can verify the DKIM signature to ensure email integrity and authenticity.

DMARC combines SPF and DKIM by enabling domain owners to specify how email receivers should handle unauthenticated messages. It provides reporting and conformance mechanisms, allowing organizations to monitor email authentication activities and take appropriate actions.

Yes, our Email Authentication service offers customizable policies. Administrators can define specific rules, actions, and thresholds based on their organization’s security requirements, allowing fine-tuning of email authentication settings.

Our service includes real-time email analysis, where incoming messages are evaluated for authentication status. Suspicious or fraudulent emails can be flagged, quarantined, or handled according to predefined policies, reducing the risk of potential threats.

es, our service generates comprehensive reports and logs on email authentication activities. These reports offer insights into authentication failures, compliance violations, and overall email security posture, aiding in monitoring, analysis, and compliance requirements.

Yes, our Email Authentication service adheres to widely accepted email authentication standards and best practices. It ensures compatibility with various email clients, servers, and security solutions, providing a robust and compliant email authentication solution.

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