Yahoo and Cisco Systems are combining their antispam technologies to create a new e-mail authentication system, they announced this week.
The system, called DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM), will draw on Yahoo’s DomainKeys authentication technology and Cisco’s Internet Identified Mail. The technology will be offered to other industry players on a royalty-free basis in an effort to reduce the amount of spam spread across the Internet, the companies said.
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