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Paul Bartlett skrev:
> On Sun, 28 Mar 2010, <deinx nxtxr> wrote:
>
>> This is yet another machinability issue that arises now that UTF-8
>> domain names are now allowed however they create some serious
>> security threats because some scripts have glyphs that look the same. 
>> Would "ABE" really be what you think it is, or could it be their
>> Greek or Cyrillic lookalikes.  There are efforts to try and stop this
>> abuse however no phishing detector is going to be perfect.
>
>> [...]
>
>> From a network security standpoint, Internationalized Domain Names
>> are potentially horrific.
>>
>> How many of you would know whether you were being sent to раураl.com
>> instead of paypal.com? For what it's worth, one of those is a
>> legitimate domain, and the other one is peppered with
>> generally-invisible Cyrillic characters, and could lead to all kinds
>> of fraud and abuse.
>
> In other words, what started out as accidents of communications and
> computer engineering history can never be overcome: let them eat cake,
> let all the world use English, and otherwise to hell with them.  A
> rather arrogant attitude I would say, for what is really an engineering
> problem due to accidents of history.
>
Tis ki vende domenes pove ank demonstra responsabilité. Ili es 
responsabli se okure un falsi paypal.com kel akun usa por phishing.

Kjell R