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Do DMARC Reports Contain Sensitive Data?
DMARC reports come in two kinds: aggregate reports (RUA) and forensic reports (RUF). Aggregate reports collect all the authentication-related data about your emails, compiles in an XML file, and arrive in your inbox.
RUF reports are generated each time an email fails SPF, DKIM or DMARC. Because they’re created on a per-email basis, they may potentially contain some personal information from the email. These include:
- Why is DMARC important? - October 23, 2021
- DMARC: What’s in it for the Email Sender and the Email Receiver? - September 13, 2021
- Will a DMARC Reject Policy Hurt Your Email Deliverability? - September 6, 2021