Emails are extremely vulnerable to malicious attacks, such as spoofing and phishing. Achieving DMARC Alignment helps prevent these attacks.
Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) is a requirement that involves the email addresses used by a customer to send out email. DMARC is a way to determine whether or not a given message is legitimately from the sender, and what to do if it isn’t.
This makes it easier to identify spam and phishing messages, and keep them out of customers’ inboxes.
DMARC provides domain-owners with control, and the ability to block domain-based spoofing. Used correctly, DMARC also provides domain-owners with intelligence, by giving domain owners aggregate and forensic data on emails.
However, DMARC implementation is complicated and has traditionally been too costly for most small businesses.
By default, domain names have DMARC records set to “Reject”. This means the domain is not being used to send out email.
Customers are free to keep this setting for as long as they wish to. When a customer decides they want to start using their domain name to send out email, the DMARC record is temporarily set to “None”. This allows a designated email address to review reports from various email service providers, such as Google, Yahoo, Comcast, Microsoft, etc. regarding emails that are claiming to be from the customer’s domain name. All authorized email senders are then inventoried and white-listed in a SPF record (A less-common approach using digital signatures is called DKIM). Once either of these records are correctly configured, the DMARC setting is switched back to “reject” so that the email service providers do not deliver unauthorized email.
Our DMARC Monitoring Service is a cost-effective email authentication service appropriate for organizations to help make the promise of a secure site a reality. Our base package includes Email authentication record setting and email alerts for any of your existing website domains.
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There are many internet browsers that support Handshake domains such as Opera and various Chrome plugins.
Please visit Access Handshake names for more options on how to view your Handshake domains
NextDNS is one of the most popular methods for accessing Handshake domain names. Install NextDNS. You can click “try it now” on nextdns.io to connect your device and resolve Handshake domains. Scroll to the Setup Guide at NextDNS to select the option for your device, confirm with the green button at the top of the page, and then go to the “settings” tab to “resolve Handshake domains.”
Install the Resolvr add-on to view Handshake names directly in the search bar of your Firefox browser.
Try searching your site with the HNS.to gateway, which allows you to access Handshake names without downloading software or modifying your DNS settings. You may also conduct searches directly by prefixing Handshake domains with “hns.to/,” such as “hns.to/welcome.nb/.”