From: D. Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 17:09:00 CST
"Doug Ewell" writes:
> D. Starner wrote:
> >> But it can work "both ways". Someone could spoof a brand-new Cherokee
> >> banking site, ᏣᎳᎩ.com, with GWУ.com. Perhaps "Domain name is not in
> >> the script used by your computer operating system."
> > And how many Cherokee are actually using an OS translated into
> > Cherokee? I doubt there is such a thing, and have seen no efforts on
> > Linux i18n lists to start it.
> Curtis's point may have been that non-Latin letters can be spoofed with
> Latin letters, not merely the other way around as we usually think of
My point was that "Domain name is not in the script used by your computer
operating system" warns on the Cherokee one, not the Latin one. It's of
no help to the Cherokee, until they actually use a OS that uses Cherokee.
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