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[gnso-impl-irtpc-rt] RE: A possible fix?

  • To: Michele Neylon - Blacknight <michele@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "James M. Bladel" <jbladel@xxxxxxxxxxx>, "gnso-impl-irtpc-rt@xxxxxxxxx" <gnso-impl-irtpc-rt@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: [gnso-impl-irtpc-rt] RE: A possible fix?
  • From: "Batteiger, Simonetta" <simonetta@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2014 22:59:23 +0000

Also sorry for having missed today's call.
I'm not entirely sure which problem you're trying to solve with the ideas below.
Is this about verifying if an FOA is still valid?

From: owner-gnso-impl-irtpc-rt@xxxxxxxxx 
[mailto:owner-gnso-impl-irtpc-rt@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Michele Neylon - 
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 5:53 PM
To: James M. Bladel; gnso-impl-irtpc-rt@xxxxxxxxx
Subject: [gnso-impl-irtpc-rt] RE: A possible fix?

Sorry I missed the call


1 - which registrar? Gaining? Losing? Both?
2 - um .. hangon, unless I'm missing something that would also prevent a 
nameserver update, wouldn't it? (Bear in mind I'm quite tired this evening, so 
I could be wrong)



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[mailto:owner-gnso-impl-irtpc-rt@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of James M. Bladel
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 10:44 PM
To: gnso-impl-irtpc-rt@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:gnso-impl-irtpc-rt@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [gnso-impl-irtpc-rt] A possible fix?

Hi folks.  Hope no one was discouraged following todays call.  These things are 
very difficult (if they weren't anyone could do them)...but not impossible!

So thinking a bit more, I believe we can address some of these issues by 
requiring two practices:

(1) Registrars must take two WHOIS "snapshots":  One to obtain the FOA, and one 
at Transfer execution.
(2) Registries must "lock" (ServerUpdateProhibited, 
ServerTransferProhibited,ServerDeleteProhibited) on all names known to be 
subject to a UDRP or TDRP.

Reasoning:  By comparing the WHOIS record at both occasions, the Gaining 
Registrar can spot any differences in Registrant data or Domain Status. This 
will provide the necessary visibility to invalidate the FOA and re-authorize 
the transfer.



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