From: Neil Harris (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 18 2005 - 09:02:52 CST
Patrick Andries wrote:
> FranÃ§ois Yergeau a Ã©crit :
>> Alexander Savenkov a Ã©crit :
>>> Suppose I *want* to visit XML-Ð´Ð¾ÐºÑƒÐ¼ÐµÐ½Ñ‚Ñ‹.com (which is not unlikely).
>>> My browser should *not* alert me. Never.
>>> The only solution to this seems to be for the registrar to check each
>>> new domain name by hand (not necessarily with mixed scripts).
>> I'm afraid that checking every registration by hand would be both too
>> error-prone and too work-intensive. You'll probably have to put up
>> with your browser alerting you. But perhaps good browsers will let
>> you build up a white list, so that you need to suffer the alert only
> Maybe simple parsing (separating in parts delimited by "-" and ".")
> would reveal that this is actually not mixed script.
> P. A.
Alas, I hought of that already. Here's a counterexample that breaks it.
How about www.chock-full-o-nuts.com? What if I decide the 'o' should be
the Greek, or Cyrillic homograph? How do we detect that?
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