Findings from recent survey

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The Authentication and Online Trust Alliance has found that 51% of the Fortune 500's consumer-facing brands, 52% of the Fortune 500'sconsumer-facing financial service brands and 54% of the top 300 brands in the In­ternet retailer segment are all using some form of e-mail authentication. However, it also found that 80% of seemingly branded e-mail is actually sent by spammers.
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