From: D. Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 14 2005 - 17:19:15 CST
"Antoine Leca" writes:
> On Saturday, February 12th, 2005 22:14Z Adam Twardoch va escriure:
> > Also, if the user is proposed to look at the URL "IRAQ.COM" and is
> > offered to choose between the Kurdish Q and the English Q, some may
> > choose the first one for obvious reasons.
> I do not understand your point.
> IRAQ.COM (all Latin letters) seems to me something logical. IRA.COM (with
> a Cyrillic/Kurdish Q instead) seems to me an obvious case of phishing,
It's obvious to you, who is familar with writing scripts and Unicode, that
the q in Iraq shouldn't be a Kurdish Q. But if you ask random people whether
the Q in Iraq should be Latin or Kurdish, they might reasonably wonder what
Latin has to do with Iraq and pick the Kurdish Q.
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