All the M3AAWG Public Policy Comments are available fom the M3AAWG Public Policy page in this section.
These best practices and papers represent the cooperative efforts of M3AAWG members to provide the industry with recommendations and background information to improve messaging security and protect users. M3AAWG best practices are updated as needed and new documents are added as they become available.
The Messaging, Malware, and Mobile Anti Abuse Working Group (M3AAWG) welcomes the opportunity to review the draft report from ICANN’s Security Stability and Resiliency Review Team (Two).
When preparing for bulk or transactional email sending, two items require special attention: outbound IP addresses, and the domain names to be used for these communications. For the latter, ESPs (Email Service Providers) go through this set-up process frequently and have to review the same readiness checklist each time. This process may involve individual client preferences and constraints, both legal and technical.
M3AAWG Tutorial on Third Party Recursive Resolvers and Encrypting DNS Stub Resolver-to-Recursive Resolver Traffic
This paper provides basic information on the benefits and potential issues with encrypting DNS traffic for both end-users wanting to implement encrypted DNS on their personal devices or home broadband networks and for ISPs or enterprise administrators considering it for their corporate networks, including recommendations for M3AAWG members and the online anti-abuse eco-system. The companion document “M3AAWG Companion Document: Recipes for Encrypting DNS Stub Resolver-to-Recursive Resolver Traffic” provides detailed instructions and processes.
This paper includes detailed instructions on how to install and configure a third party encrypted DNS service on Mac OS X, MS Windows, iPhone, Android and a standalone Raspberry Pi. It is a companion document to the “M3AAWG Tutorial on Third Party Recursive Resolvers and Encrypting DNS Stub Resolver-to-Recursive Resolver Traffic,” which outlines the benefits and issues with encrypting DNS traffic.
It is the position of M3AAWG that third-party email list sales and purchases are abusive practices and that sending to purchased lists is also abusive, whether B2C, B2B or another objective.