Dear RIPE: Please don't encourage phishing
mohta at necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp
Mon Feb 13 00:11:30 CST 2012
Jimmy Hess wrote:
> As soon as you have a browser parsing punycode stuff, any string
> containing unicode characters has a unique punycode encoding / RFC
> 3491 / RFC 3492.
Labels (not "any string") which happens to be pure ASCII
are still case insensitive, which is DNS.
Note that, according to Valdis;
: (The actual policy for the .UA registrar is more subtle.
: They *do* in fact allow "U+0441 Cyrillic Small Letter ES"
: which is visually a C to us Latin-glyph users. However,
: they require at least one character that's visually unique
: to Cyrillic in the domain name. They also don't allow
; mixed Cyrillic/Latin scripts in one domain name).
a label (not "domain name") of a Ukrainian word all the
characters of which have shapes identical to some ASCII
characters can only be represented using ASCII characters
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