|IP address||184.108.40.206 (VirusTotal)|
|IPv6 address||Not Present|
|Organisation||WhoisGuard, Inc., Panama|
|Top Level Domain||Business entities (.biz)|
|DNS Security Extensions||unknown|
|0.0.0.0-255.255.255.255||N/A||IANA-BLK||The whole IPv4 address space|
|↳ 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168||Netherlands||91-RIPE||RIPE Network Coordination Centre|
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Sender Policy Framework
A host's Sender Policy Framework (SPF) describes who can send mail on its behalf. This is done by publishing an SPF record containing a series of rules. Each rule consists of a qualifier followed by a specification of which domains to apply this qualifier to. For more information please see open-spf.org.
DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is a mechanism for domain owners to indicate how mail purporting to originate from their domain should be authenticated. It builds on SPF and DKIM, providing a method to set policy and to give reporting of failures. For more information please see dmarc.org.
Raw DMARC record:
v=DMARC1; p=reject; sp=reject; aspf=s
|p=reject||Requested handling policy||Reject: emails that fail the DMARC mechanism check should be rejected. Rejection SHOULD occur during the SMTP transaction.|
|sp=reject||Requested handling policy for subdomains||Reject: emails that fail the DMARC mechanism check should be rejected. Rejection SHOULD occur during the SMTP transaction.|
|aspf=s||SPF alignment mode||Strict: the Fully Qualified Domains of both the SPF-authenticated domain and that of the RFC5322.From domain must be equal if the identifiers are to be considered aligned.|
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