what is dkim in email

DKIM Email Security Standard

DKIM email security standard was designed to make sure messages were not altered or compromised in transit between sender and receiver. It uses public-key cryptography to sign email with private key before it’s sent from server. Recipient server can then use public key published on domain’s DNS to verify the source of the message, and that the body of the message hasn’t changed. Once hash is verified, message passes DKIM check and is considered authentic.Read More »DKIM Email Security Standard