DKIM vulnerability

M3AAWG Recommends New DKIM Best Practices

The Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group on Tuesday recommended businesses replace 512- and 768-bit verification keys with 1024-bit or higher encryption to counter a current vulnerability that allows the shorter keys to be cracked within 72 hours using cheap cloud-based services.

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