Re: Phishing and enforcing Confusables.txt

From: Mahesh T. Pai (
Date: Tue Nov 30 2010 - 09:22:24 CST

  • Next message: Shriramana Sharma: "Re: Phishing and enforcing Confusables.txt"

    Shriramana Sharma said on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 01:21:31AM +0530,:

    > If somebody has first registered [0C85 0CB0 0C97].com (Kannada ಅರಗ)
    > then later [0C05 0C30 0C17].com (Telugu అరగ) should not be permitted
    > to be registered, and vice versa.
    > So the rendering doesn't really matter here but it would matter in
    > situations where glyph reordering occurs in Indic (or elsewhere). For
    > example, if the glyph for Bengali E ে is confusable with something
    > else, say Bengali ২ (just imagine that that's confusable) then

    So, how will you deal with links?

    <a href="confusable.tld"></a> ??

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