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  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    SAC 033: Domain Name Registration Information and Directory Services

    In SAC027, Comment to GNSO regarding WHOIS studies, SSAC asserts that the limitations of the WHOIS protocol and variability among WHOIS implementations and services contribute to the poor quality of domain name registration data currently available. SSAC further suggests that ICANN community should adopt an Internet standard directory service as...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    SSAC Advisory on Registrar Impersonation Phishing Attacks

    This paper describes a form of phishing attack that targets domain name registrants. The attacker impersonates a domain name registrar and sends an expected or anticipated correspondence to a registrar's customer (a registrant) regarding a domain name related matter. Examples of expected correspondence include a notice of pending expiration of...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    SSAC Advisory on Registrar Impersonation Phishing Attacks

    This paper describes a form of phishing attack that targets domain name registrants. The attacker impersonates a domain name registrar and sends an expected or anticipated correspondence to a registrar's customer (a registrant) regarding a domain name related matter. Examples of expected correspondence include a notice of pending expiration of...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    SAC 033: Domain Name Registration Information and Directory Services

    In SAC027, Comment to GNSO regarding WHOIS studies, SSAC asserts that the limitations of the WHOIS protocol and variability among WHOIS implementations and services contribute to the poor quality of domain name registration data currently available. SSAC further suggests that ICANN community should adopt an Internet standard directory service as...

    Provided By Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers