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Open Source DMARC Analyzer

Converts complex XML files for your DMARC reports into information you can read, understand and analyze easily!

While DMARC technology is widely recognized as an open-source standard, our DMARC analyzer sets itself apart as a cloud-based SaaS platform designed to meet the unique needs of businesses seeking top-notch email security and authentication.

What is DMARC RUF Forensic Report?

  • DMARC Forensic Reporting, or RUF, is a feature similar to Aggregate reporting (RUA). RUF allows you to receive reports on the status of emails sent through your domain that fail DMARC, SPF or DKIM validation. These reports contain detailed diagnostic information that make it possible for you to identify the source of the problem and fix it.

  • Forensic reports differ from Aggregate reports in one key way: they’re generated every time an individual email fails DMARC authentication, and contain information specific to that single email. Aggregate reports, meanwhile, are an overview of all emails flowing through your channels and are sent only once a day. These don’t contain data of every individual email sent.

  • Forensic reports are generated and sent to whatever email is specified in the domain’s DMARC record. The data they provide can be extremely useful in not only identifying delivery issues in your domain, but they’re also an effective way to find out if someone’s trying to spoof your domain, since they provide the sender’s IP address as well.

Secure your entire email channel

Why Should I Use DMARC RUF Reports?

  • Instant notifications of DMARC failure

    As soon as an email fails DMARC, you receive an RUF report with information about it

  • Data on a per-email basis

    Each RUF report contains data about a single email, letting you inspect it in more detail

  • Identify unauthorized IPs faster

    When you have fewer but more detailed reports, finding an unauthorized IP among them is much easier

  • Discover earlier, fix earlier

    Instant reports mean you’re alerted to an issue quicker, enabling you to resolve it sooner