On Thu, 11 Aug 2005, Colm Buckley wrote:
> Technically, they're not - they're encoded before being actually
> represented in the DNS. And (yay), the encoding doesn't map all
> identical-looking Unicode glyphs the same way, leading to all sorts
> of hilarious security issues.
A problem in no way specific to that proposal, just way more glyphs
to contend with, eg:
Which, depending on font, can be deceptive.
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