Malicious actors are always exploring new ways to access email inboxes. Over the past few years, cyber criminals have been using a method known as a ‘DKIM Replay Attack’, in which high reputation mailboxes are used to generate a legitimate message signature, which can then be amplified (or replayed) multiple times to send spam messages…Continue Reading: What is a DKIM Replay Attack?
Emails are an inevitable part of today’s corporate and personal life. But do you know what mechanisms a standard mail exchange process follows? Well, multiple elements are included, like email protocols, email service providers, mail user agents (MUAs), message submission agents (MSAs), mail delivery agents (MDAs), etc. …Continue Reading: What’s the difference between SMTP, IMAP, and POP3 email protocols?
As the digital world becomes more reliant on identity-based authorization for users, applications, and devices, it opens up the scope for identity-based attacks. This primarily targets the vulnerabilities in identity systems, aiming to exploit or manipulate them for malicious purposes. …Continue Reading: How to Protect Against Identity-Based Attacks?
Since DKIM key rotation is critical to your overall email security efforts, it’s important to understand its significance and best practices…Continue Reading: What is DKIM key rotation and why is it important?
The PCI SSC has announced that as of March 2025, DMARC, the email security protocol that blocks exact domain impersonations, will be part of its anti-phishing mechanisms to protect users against phishing attacks…Continue Reading: Anti-phishing mechanisms such as DMARC, SPF, and DKIM to become a requirement for PCI DSS
By embracing inbox commerce and harnessing the power of AMP, brands can forge stronger connections with their audience, enhance customer satisfaction, and drive sales like never before…Continue Reading: Exploring Inbox Commerce: The Secret to Optimizing Domain Reputation