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- Email system : General overview of how the Internet electronic mail system works.
- Email security : Brief description of email security problems and solutions.
- Sender Policy Framework (SPF) : Email authentication method that verifies the domain name in the envelope return address against the sender's IP address.
- Sender ID : Email authentication method that verifies the domain name in a "purported" address with the sender's IP address.
- DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) : Email authentication method that uses a digital signature to verify the content of a message.
- Forward-confirmed reverse DNS (FCrDNS) : Email authentication method that verifies a domain name found by a reverse DNS query on the transmitter's IP address.
- Email challenge-response : An authentication method that verifies the purported sender's address by sending a challenge to that address.
- Reverse MX (RMX) : Email authentication method that became a basis of SPF and Sender ID.
- Designated Mailers Protocol (DMP) : Email authentication method that became a basis of SPF and Sender ID.
- Certified Server Validation (CSV) : Email authentication method that verifies the hostname of an SMTP transmitter against that transmitter's IP address. )
- Email forwarding problem : The authentication failures that occur in some popular IP-based Email authentication methods when a forwarder is involved.
- Sender Rewriting Scheme : A scheme for email relays to rewrite the Return Address on a forwarded message, allowing the forwarder to intercept any bounces.
- Bounce Address Tag Validation : A method, defined in an Internet Draft, for determining whether the bounce address specified in an E-mail message is valid.
- Kerberos : A protocol using a central server to provide two clients with a shared session key, without either client having to publish a public key.
- Transport Layer Security (TLS) : Add brief definition or description
- Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) : E-mail encryption package created by Phillip Zimmerman.
- Information security : The set of policies and protective measures used to ensure appropriate confidentiality, integrity and availability to information; usually assumed to be information in a computer or telecommunications network but the principles extend to people and the physical world