Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is used to authenticate senders of email. Receiving servers use SPF to verify if the message source IP is authorized to send on behalf of the HELO or MAIL FROM domain. History The first draft [https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/draft-schlitt-spf-classic-00] of the Sender Policy
At URIports, we process a lot of Reporting API intervention reports containing the following violation: Modified page load behavior on the page because the page was expected to take a long amount of time to load Intervention violations can cause unwanted behavior and are visible in the visitors' developer console.
A new version of the Reporting API [https://web.dev/reporting-api/] has been released that hopefully will get supported across more browsers. The legacy Reporting API (v0) is currently only supported by Chrome and Edge browsers. If you have already implemented the Reporting API v0, you can migrate to the
The aggregate (rua) and failure (ruf) report destinations can be specified within the domain's DMARC policy. And while it is possible to specify a destination on a different organizational domain, the receiving domain must expressly indicate that reports for other domains are welcome. The absence of this record will prevent
URIports supports Single Sign-On (SSO) using OpenID Connect (OIDC) for Mountain and Himalaya subscriptions. SSO speeds up access to your account by allowing you to log in with your existing company or Identity-As-A-Service (IDaaS) credentials, meaning fewer passwords to keep track of and easy user management. We've written quick guides
Below are screenshots to illustrate the steps required to connect URIports to Azure Active Directory for the purpose of enabling Single Sign-On through OpenID Connect (OIDC). 4. Select which users should have access to URIports 5. Paste the Redirect URI from URIports here 7. Copy the Client ID and save
Below are screenshots to illustrate the steps required to connect URIports to SalesForce for the purpose of enabling Single Sign-On through OpenID Connect (OIDC). 8. Paste the Redirect URI from URIports here 13. Copy the Consumer Key and save this value in URIports as Client ID 14. Reveal the Consumer
Below are screenshots to illustrate the steps required to connect URIports to Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite) for the purpose of enabling Single Sign-On through OpenID Connect (OIDC). The Google Workspace Application URL is https://accounts.google.com. Go to the Google Cloud Platform [https://console.cloud.google.