Re: [dssa] Interesting article -- probably out of scope for us, but FYI
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- Subject: Re: [dssa] Interesting article -- probably out of scope for us, but FYI
- From: Patrick Vande Walle <patrick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 08:44:40 +0200
I tend to agree with Jim.
Clearly, the sort of typosquatting
mentioned in the Ars Tecnica is not something the ICANN community can do
We may want to mention in the final report a
non-exhaustive list of what behaviours we considered being out of scope.
At least, that would acknowledge that we looked at them.
On Wed, 14 Sep 2011 07:11:35 +0100, James M Galvin wrote:
> This is not a "don't go down too deep issue", it really is out of
> The distinction that I think is important is that we are
> consider DNS security and stability issues, not issues
for which the
> DNS can be used for nefarious or malicious purposes.
The fact that one
> can do bad things with the DNS does not make the
DNS bad. Even DNSSEC
> does not help the problem being described
because it's not a DNS
> It might be worth a short
discussion of this distinction in our final