[UA-discuss] Re : And now about phishing...
Tan Tanaka, Dennis
dtantanaka at verisign.com
Wed Apr 19 13:11:54 UTC 2017
The thing with homoglyphs is that it depends on the choice of font type and size. That’s why it is hard to define the set. For example, in certain font types lower case L ‘l’ and number one ‘1’ (both ASCII) look almost identical.
To deal with cases of cross-script homoglyphs, the ICANN IDN guidelines have a requirement to prohibited such registrations (i.e. mixing Cyrillic with Latin in a single label) except for in cases of established orthographies, such as Japanese (i.e. Japanese uses three different scripts: Han, Hiragana and Katakana).
From: <ua-discuss-bounces at icann.org> on behalf of deepak <deepak.singhal at dil.in>
Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 1:33 AM
To: Dusan Stojicevic <dusan at dukes.in.rs>, "UA-discuss at icann.org" <ua-discuss at icann.org>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [UA-discuss] Re : And now about phishing...
These are homoglyph character http://homoglyphs.net/ which can be use in phishing ..
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Subject: [UA-discuss] And now about phishing...
Date: 19 Apr 2017 12:24:34 AM
Interesting and possible>
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