DMARC Monitor

Do you have a DMARC record?

Welcome to DMARC Monitor!

Work with the inventors of automated DMARC to get to enforcement

Discover all services sending from your domain

DMARC is a widely supported standard that stops email spoofing and email fraud by locking down your organization’s domains, so only authorized senders can send email from them.

But to deploy DMARC and enforce it, IT departments must first identify who is sending email – whether it’s fraudulent or legitimate – on their organizations’ behalf. This is challenging because of the complexity of interpreting the raw data (often including long lists of IP addresses) in DMARC reports.

DMARC Monitor provides the simplest, most effective, most accurate way to reveal all the services sending from your domains – including senders spoofing your identity to phish your employees, partners, customers and everyone you do business with.

DMARC Monitor turns DMARC reports into easy-to-read lists of services, giving you visibility into all the services sending email “from” your domain, including those that are mostly passing authentication, partially passing, or mostly failing – even if those services only send a handful of messages a month.

The better visibility you have, the quicker and easier it is for you to take steps towards stopping brand abuse and email spoofing.

Identify fraudulent emails posing as you

DMARC is a widely supported standard that stops email spoofing and email fraud by locking down your organization’s domains, so only authorized senders can send email from them.

But to deploy DMARC and enforce it, IT departments must first identify who is sending email – whether it’s fraudulent or legitimate – on their organizations’ behalf. This is challenging because of the complexity of interpreting the raw data (often including long lists of IP addresses) in DMARC reports.

DMARC Monitor provides the simplest, most effective, most accurate way to reveal all the services sending from your domains – including senders spoofing your identity to phish your employees, partners, customers and everyone you do business with.

DMARC Monitor turns DMARC reports into easy-to-read lists of services, giving you visibility into all the services sending email “from” your domain, including those that are mostly passing authentication, partially passing, or mostly failing – even if those services only send a handful of messages a month.

The better visibility you have, the quicker and easier it is for you to take steps towards stopping brand abuse and email spoofing.

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DMARC Monitor setup

Get started today on gaining the global visibility your organization needs to prevent phishing attacks. Who’s sending as you?

What is DMARC?

Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance is a widely-accepted email authentication policy and reporting protocol that ensures that only authorized senders can send email using domain in the From: field of their email messages.

What is DKIM?

Domain Keys Identified Mail is an email authentication standard that uses public/private key cryptography to sign email messages.

What is SPF?

Sender Policy Framework is the standard that pioneered the concept of domain-based email authentication. SPF prevents spoofing by enabling domain owners to whitelist IP addresses of  servers that are authorized to send email on the domain’s behalf.

Get comprehensive intelligence

Valimail DMARC Monitor provides visibility of all the global traffic being sent on behalf of your primary and subdomains, regardless of who it’s being sent to or where it’s sent from.

Continuously monitor enforcement status

DMARC Monitor provides the most detailed views into the enforcement status of all sending domains, including which domains are passing and failing DMARC, aligned SPF and DKIM, and overall disposition.