Tag Archives: Authentication

Google Tests Search In Videos, Bilingual, And Lockscreen Authentication For Sensitive Docs Stored On Phone

Google Tests Search In Videos, Bilingual, And Lockscreen Authentication For Sensitive Docs Stored On Phone by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, December 20, 2022 Google is testing the ability to search for spoken words in video through a feature it calls Search in video. The feature searches for any spoken word that is mentioned in a video. … Continue reading Google Tests Search In Videos, Bilingual, And Lockscreen Authentication For Sensitive Docs Stored On Phone

Authentication Blog Series: Part 3 – DMARC

by Michelle Van den Bergh May 21, 2016May 21, 2016 In this final post of my authentication blog series I focus on DMARC and how it uses SPF and DKIM to close the loop on email authentication. What is Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC)? DMARC basically standardizes how email receivers perform email authentication … Continue reading Authentication Blog Series: Part 3 – DMARC

Authentication Blog Series: Part 2 – Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM)

by Michelle Van den Bergh May 5, 2016May 5, 2016 In part 1 of my Email Authentication blog series, I discussed Sender Policy Framework (SPF) in more detail In this post, which is part 2 of the series, I will explain the next element in the authentication framework, which is DKIM. What is DKIM (DomainKeys … Continue reading Authentication Blog Series: Part 2 – Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM)