domain spoofing


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domain spoofing

The unauthorized use of a third-party domain name in an e-mail message in order to pretend to be someone else. See e-mail spoofing.
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Security - By analyzing and comparing impression level verification, click-through and user engagement data, AdXpose can detect traditional click and impression fraud, as well as new fraud tactics such as URL Padding, Ad Stuffing, Domain Spoofing and more.
Domain spoofing is involved in half of all of today's spam.
Email Brand Monitor helps marketers protect their brand equity and preserve customer trust in the email channel by providing a focused analysis of outbound email activity to combat fraudulent email and domain spoofing.
Sender ID, the leading e-mail authentication protocol, aims to help stop the spread of spam, phishing scams, malware and other online exploits in e-mail by helping address domain spoofing, a tactic used in over 95 percent of all exploits where the name in the "To:" line of the e-mail is forged.
A close cousin of 'phishing,' pharming seeks to obtain personal information through domain spoofing," said Sara Radicati, President & CEO of The Radicati Group.
In January, MSN Hotmail implemented Sender ID, an e-mail authentication technology protocol championed by Microsoft and other industry leaders, that helps address the problem of domain spoofing.
Their proposals recommended actions and policies for the entire online industry - and primarily focused on two key issues: helping solve the e-mail forgery problem by eliminating domain spoofing through cryptographic-based solutions and Internet Protocol (IP)-based solutions; and best practices to help prevent ISPs and their customers from being sources of spam.
today released initial results gathered from its implementation of the Sender ID Framework (SIDF), an e-mail authentication technology protocol that helps address the problem of domain spoofing (a tactic commonly used in spam and phishing scams) by verifying the domain name from which e-mail is sent.
Their proposals recommended actions and policies for the entire online industry - and primarily focused on two key issues: helping solve the e-mail forgery problem by eliminating domain spoofing through Internet Protocol (IP)-based and cryptographic-based solutions; and providing best practices to help prevent ISPs and their customers from being sources of spam.
Their proposals recommended actions and policies for the entire online industry - and primarily focused on two key issues: helping solve the e-mail forgery problem by eliminating domain spoofing through cryptographic-based and Internet Protocol (IP)-based solutions; and providing best practices to help prevent ISPs and their customers from being sources of spam.
By preventing domain spoofing, Sender ID helps protect the identity and reputation of senders and helps guard email users from spam and phishing scams by providing a method for filters and ISPs to verify the source of email.
Their proposals recommended actions and policies for the entire online industry and focused primarily on two key issues: helping solve the e-mail forgery problem by eliminating domain spoofing through cryptographic-based and Internet Protocol (IP)-based solutions, and best practices to help prevent ISPs and their customers from being sources of spam.