12 January 2016 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – Roaring Penguin Software Inc., the email filtering experts, makers of the acclaimed CanIt-PRO, CanIt-Domain-PRO, CanIt Archiver and Hosted CanIt anti-spam outbound filtering, email encryption and email archiving solutions, announce the release of CanIt 9.3.0
CanIt 9.3.0 supports the DMARC protocol. DMARC is a mechanism to help detect spoofed domains; support for DMARC will allow all Roaring Penguin customers to defend themselves against domain spoofing attacks.
A DMARC policy allows a domain’s owner to indicate that the domain’s messages are protected by SPF and/or DKIM, and to tell a receiver what to do if either of those authentication methods fails – such as to quarantine or to reject the message.
CanIt 9.3.0 also improves the Roaring Penguin Secure Messaging System, adding more options for e-mail encryption; as well as a variety of improvements and bug fixes.
CanIt 9.3.0 is available as:
* CanIt-PRO, an anti-spam software solution suitable for small and medium-sized businesses.
* CanIt-Domain-PRO, spam filtering software for MSPs to host anti-spam for their customers.
* Hosted CanIt, a fully outsourced, cloud based e-mail filtering service
* Secure Messaging, an email encryption service.
* CanIt Archiver, email archiving software.
DMARC, which stands for ???Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance???, is an email authentication protocol. It builds on the widely deployed SPF and DKIM protocols, adding a reporting function that allows senders and receivers to improve and monitor protection of the domain from fraudulent email. For more information visit http://www.dmarc.org.
About Roaring Penguin
Founded in 1999, Roaring Penguin Software Inc., the email filtering experts focuses on fighting spam at the mail server with the acclaimed CanIt and MIMEDefang product lines. Today, Roaring Penguin develops its anti-spam solutions and email archiving / email continuity software for customers that include enterprises, ISPs, MSPs, Universities, web hosts, and government offices. For more information, visit http://www.roaringpenguin.com.