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Banks Want to Help You Send Money. So Do Phishers

A group of U.S. banks are starting to offer a service called Zelle that lets you send money to your friends using their email address or mobile number, easily, fast and free.

Why Your Company Could be Unprotected Due to Incorrect DMARC Implementation

Ninety percent of security breaches start with a phishing email. The most effective type of phish — and the hardest to detect — is the email impersonation attack, where fraudsters use a false name...

Why it's so easy to fool White House officials with fake emails

It just keeps happening. A prankster who over the past few months tricked the heads of several major banks into thinking that they were having email conversations with their colleagues has struck...

What Is DMARC?


Note: This is the fourth post in a series covering the basics of email authentication. 

Messaging Industry Group Names ValiMail CTO Peter Goldstein as Technical Committee Co-Chair

We're proud to announce that ValiMail CTO and co-founder Peter Goldstein has been appointed as a technical committee co-chair for M3AAWG, the Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group...

Five Top Finance Execs Fooled by Phishing Emails

Five top bank executives have fallen victim to an email prankster in the past month.

The CEOs of Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Barclays PLC, Morgan Stanley, and the Governor of the Bank of England...

Spear Phishing and Election Hacking

Newly published documents from the NSA state that Russian military intelligence targeted U.S. election officials with spear-phishing emails just days before the November 2016 election.

What Is DKIM?

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Note: This is the third in a four-part series explaining the basics of email authentication. See the other posts:


The ValiMail Blog: Return to Sender

Everything you ever wanted to know (but were afraid to ask) about email authentication DMARC, SPF, DKIM, and how they can stop fraud and phishing.

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