Google, Facebook and many other giant technology companies joined to design a system to fight the scam or fraud known as phishing emails.
Such scams typically trick users into providing passwords and other personal information by sending an email on behalf of banks, retailers or other businesses.
To block this kind of attack, 15 technology companies and large financialorganization forming to design the system authentication of senders of legitimateemail.
This new system, as Updatec.com read from the Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday(01/02/2012) referred to as short for Domain-based Message Authentication,Reporting and Conformance (DMRAC).
DMRAC builds on the techniques to block spam that already exists. This technique is designed to verify that an email really come from a legitimate sender to insert a question.
The problem is, as long as there are many approaches to do so. There are nospecific standards on how to handle suspected fake emails.
Well, with DMRAC, this system will ask the email sender and companies that provideemail service to share information about the email messages they send and receive.
In addition to email authentication process with existing systems, the company alsowill receive a warning from the email service providers each time they used the domain name in a fake email.
They can ask for your email service provider to move those messages to the spam folder or directly block them. we as users will feel comfortable and not have to worry about incoming email from someone else. but still do not easily believe the spam email.