The December release of Mailhardener introduces a new domain overview page, which is made possible thanks to the introduction of our new self-learning algorithm.
The all new self-learning feature gives you much better insights into the status of your domain security, with features such as forwarding detection and asset discovery.
A domain can have only one SPF record. If you need to authorize a new email service to use your domain, you must add the service to your existing SPF record.
In this article we'll show you how to add new SPF rules to your domain by combining records.
The SPF redirect modifier is a lesser known feature of SPF that may cause some confusion about its intended use.
In this article we'll dive into SPF redirect, when (not) to use it and how to avoid common pitfalls with it.
Flattening SPF records supposedly optimizes SPF, but often causes more problems than it intends to improve.
In this article we discus why you should not flatten SPF and what methods you should use instead to improve email deliverability.
Mailhardener now has full support for MTA-STS and TLS-reporting (TLS-RPT).
We are also proud to introduce hosted MTA-STS as part of the Mailhardener suite.
Google's popular Cloud DNS service is mostly excellent, but the interface is rather confusing when it comes to adding `TXT` type records.
In this blog post, we'll explore how to work with TXT records in Google Cloud DNS, and how to fix the 'invalid record data' error.
At Mailhardener, we analyse many domains for email security on a daily basis. This puts us in a unique position to list the most common made mistakes.
In this blog post, we'll discus the 5 most common made mistakes in SPF.