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StrongMail integrates DomainKeys Identified Mail authentication proposal

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Redwood Shores, Calif.--StrongMail Systems, a provider of digital messaging infrastructure, announced it has integrated the DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) authentication proposal with its e-mail infrastructure platform.

DKIM, a signature-based e-mail authentication proposal based on Yahoo!'s DomainKeys e-mail authentication technology and Cisco's Identified Internet Mail, protects e-mail users against e-mail forgery and related phishing attacks by verifying the domain of the sender.

"StrongMail is committed to curbing abusive and fraudulent e-mail practices and securing use of the medium for legitimate communication and commerce," said Frank Addante, founder of StrongMail Systems, in a statement. "We are excited to be one of the first implementers of the DKIM proposal, which is result of the ongoing commitment from numerous industry players to develop an open-standard e-mail authentication specification."

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