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Why You Should Use an Email Verifier

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Email marketers understand the criticality of verifying their email list. Doing so keeps bounce rates low and the sender’s reputation intact. There are several ways to do this. One method involves using tools like PuTTY or Telnet to accurately pinging the mail server; however, this approach is cumbersome and could potentially harm your infrastructure. Real-time […]

What Is a Sender Policy Framework (SPF) Record?

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An SPF Record (Sender Policy Framework) is a DNS record that identifies which mail servers are allowed to send emails on behalf of a domain name. It helps to ensure that the sender’s email server is authentic and not being used for phishing scams or other malicious activities. An SPF record is added to the […]

What is Email Security Gateway?

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What is Email Security Gateway, and What does it do? The Email Security Gateway is an essential component of a cyber security system. They act as a gateway for email traffic, filtering out potentially malicious emails before they reach the user’s inbox. Secure Email Gateways employ various technologies such as content scanning, anti-spam and anti-malware […]

What is DMARC, and how it works?

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What is DMARC, and how it works? DMARC is an email authentication protocol that helps protect against email spoofing. It works by verifying that the sender of an email is who they say they are and then provides instructions on what to do if the email fails authentication. DMARC also allows senders to specify how […]

What is email spoofing? How do you stop email spoofing?

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What is email spoofing? What is email spoofing? Email spoofing is an email fraud in which the sender’s address is forged to make it appear as though the email came from a different source. This is often done with malicious intent to trick the recipient into clicking on a link or opening an attachment that […]