|Site title||Not Present|
|Date first seen||June 1999|
|Netcraft Risk Rating||0/10|
|Netblock Owner||Twitter Inc.|
|IP address||220.127.116.11 (VirusTotal)|
|IPv6 address||Not Present|
|Organisation||Twitter, Inc., San Francisco, 94103, US|
|Top Level Domain||Commercial entities (.com)|
|DNS Security Extensions||unknown|
|0.0.0.0-255.255.255.255||N/A||IANA-BLK||The whole IPv4 address space|
|↳ 18.104.22.168-22.214.171.124||United States||NET104||American Registry for Internet Numbers|
|↳ 126.96.36.199-188.8.131.52||United States||TWITTER-NETWORK||Twitter Inc.|
|↳ 184.108.40.206||United States||TWITTER-NETWORK||Twitter Inc.|
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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; rua=mailto:email@example.com; ruf=mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org; fo=1
|p=reject||Requested handling policy||Reject: emails that fail the DMARC mechanism check should be rejected. Rejection SHOULD occur during the SMTP transaction.|
|rua=mailto:email@example.com||Reporting URI(s) for aggregate firstname.lastname@example.org|
|ruf=mailto:email@example.com||Reporting URI(s) for failure firstname.lastname@example.org|
|fo=1||Failure reporting options||Generate a DMARC failure report if any underlying authentication mechanism failed to produce an aligned "pass" result.|
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Site Technology (fetched 8 days ago)
An application server is a server that provides software applications with services such as security, data services, transaction support, load balancing, and management of large distributed systems.
HTTP compression is a capability that can be built into web servers and web clients to make better use of available bandwidth, and provide greater transmission speeds between both.
Web Browser Targeting
Web browser targeting enables software applications to make use of specific functions of the browser as well as optimizing the application for specific browser versions.
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