22-year-old Rupesh Bhandari was recently arrested for developing a Google Play Store App called Email Spoofer that can forge sender signatures.
Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting & Compliance is a Sender Policy Framework (SPF) based protocol that works hand in glove with the Domain Key Identified Mail (DKIM) protocol to determine authenticity of an email.
Businesses contribute heavily to the email traffic flowing across the internet. Corporate email accounts of top-level employees or decision-takers who handle financials are vulnerable to email hijacking. The potential payoff here for cybercriminals is greater, simply due to the volume and amounts of the sensitive monetary details of such emails.
According to a recent study undertaken by The Economic Times, India ranks among the top five globally for the most high-profile cyber-attacks. Of the hackers, 90% are under the age of 35, out of which 58% are self-taught, which means technical education is not relevant, the report points out.
In a recent survey conducted by Agari, it was discovered that just half of the Fortune 500 have deployed DMARC — or domain-based message authentication, reporting, and conformance policy. DMARC is a technology advancement in preventing email and domain spoofing. It ensures that emails go through a domain based check and then sent
DMARC is a technology advancement in preventing email and domain spoofing. Inspite of being industry standard, 80 % of companies lack DMARC implementation according to a report published by 250ok. DMARC is a sender-published policy for email messages that fail authentication. By deploying and monitoring DMARC, brands lower the likelihood their
What is DMARC? DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is a technology advancement in preventing email and domain spoofing. It ensures that emails go through a domain based check and then sent to the recipient. It uses DKIM and SPF standards along with additional standards of its own. It
What is spoofing? Cyber criminal can easily impersonate or forges domains, IP or Email ids to steal confidential information . Such domains, IPs or Emails are just a lookalike of the original Authorized identity that carries no scope of doubt for the Recipient, making it impossible to identify the actual