GoDMARC is a cloud-based analytical tool that empowers enterprises to deploy DMARC quickly. It's designed specifically to fulfill the requirements, including Authentication of emails, Robust reporting, diminishing false positives, stopping phishing emails, Diminishing complexity, and more.
Our dedicated DMARC customer support services are available via Email, Chat, and Phone, with direct access to a range of industry-certified and professionally qualified support engineers with extensive technical knowledge.
GoDMARC makes sure to provide a skilled and dedicated DMARC training program for our new customers, accompanied by multifaceted engagement facilities. The process starts with a brief discussion with the IT/Security Team to gauge the current level of understanding. Then, a completely tailored knowledge transfer session is provided to the IT/Security Team in every sync-up meeting.
Our DMARC Support Team does regular sync-up calls with every customer or Partner for DMARC Dashboard understanding, Knowledge Transfer, and implementing missing gaps of email authentication.
We care about the valuable time of our customers; Hence, we created an advanced reporting system that detects significant events and keeps you updated on any changes in your SPF, DKIM & DMARC Record. On Top of that, a Daily DMARC Summary report is sent to all IT Team.
Managing governance and authentication of all your message streams is our primary and Most Important goal. We ensure to safeguard your inbox and block fraudulent and spoofed emails by Providing Quality Services to our Customers.
The very first step! One of our experts will walk you through our GoDMARC platform. You will get an overview and knowledge of using the GoDMARC Platform.
Our systems and GoDMARC experts will closely monitor your data 24/7 to determine all the sending sources, including unauthorized senders trying to impersonate you.
Post Alignment of SPF/DKIM, our experts suggest for DMARC Policy Enforcement p=quarantine and later p=reject (Quarantine/Reject) along with SPF/DKIM Strict alignment.
Congrats! Your Domain is protected against Email Phishing Attacks.
Measuring the impact of DMARC’s part in preventing business email compromise.
Get an In-Depth analysis of the IP Address which is trying to impersonate your Email or Domain. IP addresses listed in the malicious database, Botnets & Spoofers Database, are tagged. You can generate the report for these IP addresses within the GoDMARC dashboard.Get Started Now!
Custom Reports, a.k.a Management Reports, provides DMARC Journey & Email Deliverability Challenges in one click. These include DMARC Journey, IP reputation, and Top Recipient Servers report date & percentage-wise.Get Started Now!
It Helps Customers Recognize You as a Brand
As the name suggests, Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) is an emerging email specification that boosts brand value and builds trust 10X by allowing you to embed brand logos when sending emails to your existing customers, vendors, partners, and employees. The Logo will appear on the inbox thumbnail, which your customers can view without even opening the mail.
However, adding the Brand Logo (BIMI) must pass through the GoDMARC authentication protocol.
The business must have DMARC at Reject or quarantine stage, DKIM, and SPF set up for BIMI to work.Get Started Now!
GoDMARC is a premium managed service provider globally. As an oversaw administrations supplier lays on our capacity to expect and handle change in both innovation and strategic policies while conveying substantial and quantifiable advantages.Get Started Now!
An extra layer of security is added to provide better protection from passwords alone. It promises a safe environment for our customers and prevents identity theft to a more significant extent.Get Started Now!
Get advanced DMARC analytics and Hosted MTA-STS/TLS-RPT services, powered by AI and Threat Intelligence – no contracts, no commitments. Our plans are based on the number of Active Domains and not on the number of DMARC Compliant Emails.
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In recent times, Spammers have found Email to be a convenient mode to spoof and criminals have found spoofing to be a proven way to exploit user's trust of well-known brands. Simply inserting the logo of a well-known brand into an email gives it instant legitimacy to many user's eyes.
Users find it difficult to differentiate between a real message and a fake one, and often large mailbox providers find it difficult to choose between which Emails to deliver and which one to retract. Senders remain oblivious of the problems with their authentication practises, because there’s no scalable way for them to indicate they want feedback and where it should be sent. Those attempting new SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) deployment, proceed very slowly and cautiously because of the lack of feedback. In other words, it means they have no authentication process to monitor progress and debug problems.
With the help of DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) email senders and receivers work together to secure emails, to protect user's trust and to save brand goodwill from swindling.
At its most essential, DMARC makes it easier for email senders and receivers to determine whether a given message is from a legitimate sender and what to do if it isn’t. This makes it easier to identify spam and phishing messages and keep them out of peoples’ inboxes.
DMARC is a proposed standard that allows email senders and receivers to cooperate in sharing information about the email they send to each other. This information helps senders improve the mail authentication infrastructure so that all their mail can be authenticated. It also gives the legitimate owner of an Internet domain a way to request that illegitimate messages – spoofed spam, phishing – be put directly in the spam folder or rejected outright.
No. DMARC is only designed to protect against direct domain spoofing. If the owners/operators of ‘example.com’ use DMARC to protect that domain, it would not affect ‘example.net’ (notice the ".net" vs. ".com").While impersonating a given domain is a common method used for phishing and other malicious activities, there are other attack vectors that DMARC does not address. For example, DMARC does not address cousin domain attacks (i.e. sending from a domain that looks like the target being abused - e.g. exampl3.com vs. example.com), or display name abuse (i.e. modifying the "From" field to look as if it comes from the target being abused).
A DMARC policy allows a sender to indicate that their messages are authenticated by SPF and/or DKIM and tells a receiver what to do if neither of those authentication methods passes – such as quarantine or reject the message. DMARC removes the guesswork from the receiver’s handling of these failed messages, limiting or eliminating the user’s exposure to potentially fraudulent & harmful messages. DMARC also provides a way for the email receiver to report back to the sender about messages that pass and/or fail DMARC evaluation.