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Issues Identification

This module identifies vulnerabilities and misconfigurations within your email security frameworks Issues are classified by their impact on your emailing infrastructure Fully automated detection of relevant issues

Issues Remediations

Fully automated and optimized solutions All relevant remediation steps in one place The module streamlines email security framework deployment, saving time and resources

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Get notified when an issue is detected or resolved Customizable alerts, through email or browser

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Frequently Asked Questions

To apply DMARC to your domain, you must create a DMARC record in your DNS. This record will specify how receivers should handle emails that fail SPF and DKIM checks. You can also specify that receivers send reports back to you about email delivery and authentication. It is recommended to start with a DMARC policy set to "none" to monitor email delivery and authentication before enforcing stricter policies.

To create an SPF record for your domain, you must add a TXT record to your DNS that includes a list of IP addresses or domains authorized to send emails on behalf of your domain. You can use an SPF generator tool to create a customized SPF record for your domain.

To set up DKIM for your domain, you must generate a public-private key pair and add the public key to your DNS as a TXT record. You must also configure your email server to sign outgoing emails with the private key.

While each protocol can be used independently, using all three protocols together is recommended for maximum email security. SPF, DKIM, and DMARC work together to verify the authenticity of email messages and provide visibility into email delivery.

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