The Homograph Strikes Back – Another IDN Attack With Strikethroughs – Android

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Responsible Disclosure This flaw was reported to both Google and Opera on 23rd October 2014. Background International Domain Names are great! They open the web up to the whole world and allow me to own a domain like 莎士比亚.org. But they are a constant battleground in the fight for security. Homograph attacks are when someone…

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Poor IDN Support From Major Webmail Providers

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As I mentioned in a previous post, I’m sick of people not being able to spell or pronounce correctly. So I’ve decided to double down and start using my alternate domain 莎士比亚.org. It’s pronounced “Sha-shi-bi-ya”, if that helps. Getting my email account set up with my hosting provider was easy enough but it turned…

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