Misdirected communication has obvious security and privacy ramiﬁcations and is an age-old problem that predates the Internet. In recent years it has been exacerbated by the arrival of electronic communication and the multitude of ways that communication can be misdirected. A new chapter in this age-old problem is being written with the proliferation of top-level domains (TLDs). This paper examines this problem in more detail and provides a full analysis of the current set of TLDs. In particular, we are concerned with TLDs that have a non-trivial probability of intercepting trafﬁc intended for another domain. Intercepting TLDs have the potential of intercepting a lot of trafﬁc since typically a TLD supports many domain names.
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The 11th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications (IDAACS’2021)
September 22-25, 2021
07 June 2021
Notification of acceptance: 07 July 2021
Camera ready paper: 28 July 2021
Early registration: 07 July 2021 – 07 August 2021
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Extended versions of selected papers will be published in international Journals indexed by Web of Science, Engineering Index (Compendex) and Scopus: – MDPI Sensors – International Journal of Computing – Acta IMEKO
Faculty of Electrical and Computer EngineeringCracow University of TechnologyCracow, Poland
Research Institute for Intelligent Computer Systems, West Ukrainian National University and V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics, National Academy for Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine
IEEE Ukraine Section I&M / CI Joint Societies Chapter
I am on the Program Committee and the Chair of the International Advisory Board for this Conference. It is part of a series that has been held since 2001. The IDAACS Conferences always include very interesting people from around the world. I invite you to submit a paper. For more information, go to http://www.idaacs.net/2021
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