[messaging] RFC: Proposal for alternative primary identifiers in mobile messaging (specifically Signal)
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Tue May 29 03:47:37 PDT 2018
>Also, homoglyph attacks are possible on anything a user could recognize
>(email identifiers, usernames), and these are terrifyingly easy to pull
>off. Just this attack alone imo means we need to stop relying on users (ie:
>do I recognize this email address) for verification and exclusively use 1)
>artifacts that dont rely on humans and 2) computers for verification.
>Phishing is well understood by researchers yet highly effective (whelp).
How can you completely avoid people having to recognize something?
Doesn't it always start with human verification at some point?
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