From: Patrick Andries (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 20:44:20 CST
John Burger a écrit :
> Kenneth Whistler wrote:
>> My concern is whether a confusables mapping would be of
>> more help to the anti-spoofers seeking ways to check for
>> and disallow spoofing and confusion, or for the scammers
>> seeking to automate obscure spoofs.
A very valid concern IMHO, it also sounds like at lot of work (and
maintenance). Would 1 and l be considered confusable, rn and m ? Would
glyph variants be considered (but Unicode is more concerned with
> In my opinion, security through obscurity rarely works.
In this case, what does it precisely mean ?
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