Use TLS reporting to increase deliverability and domain visibility for your website.
When an email isn't encrypted using TLS, delivery problems can arise. TLS Reporting (TLS-RPT) is a standard for reporting these problems. It complies with the MTA-STS protocol, ensuring that all email sent to your domain is TLS-encrypted.
Every email sent to you is transmitted securely thanks to TLS encryption. But a hacker may try an SMTP downgrade attack, in which the email is forwarded to you unencrypted, enabling them to view or alter the contents. By requiring that all emails be encrypted before being transmitted to you, MTA-STS combats this. Email won't be sent at all if an attacker tries to achieve an SMTP downgrade.
TLS RPT, also known as Transport Layer Security (TLS) Reporting Policy, is a protocol that allows website owners to receive feedback about TLS-related issues that occur when their website is accessed by visitors. TLS is a cryptographic protocol that is used to secure data communication over the internet. It is used to encrypt and decrypt data transmitted between a web server and a web browser, ensuring that the data remains private and secure.
Use our free TLS-RPT record checker tool to do a TLS-RPT check on the record for your domain right away!