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"Internal" Certificates and new Top-Level-Domains - a potential security collision

From: David M.
Sent on: Thursday, April 4, 2013 11:46 AM
Read this article in Ars Technica about the security-minded companies that are more than a wee-bit concerned about internal Certificates that may now collide with the (potential?) new 'open' Top Level Domains that ICANN (might?) will allow:

The article isn't super-informative, but if you know what they are talking about (which I only vaguely do), then you should be able to deduce what's going on an how to mitigate issues in the future.

David Malouf

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