Twitter adopts new e-mail authentication after hacks

02/22/2013 | VentureBeat

Twitter has responded to attacks on Burger King's and Jeep's accounts by adopting an e-mail standard used by Facebook, LinkedIn, Google and PayPal. The DMARC e-mail authentication protocol "helps receiving mailservers know, with a reasonable level of assurance, that an email's reported sender is accurate, not spoofed, and not forged," John Koetsier writes.

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