On Aug 13, 2007, at 2:35 PM, Russ Housley wrote:
This issue was raised by my review of
However, I think that the issue goes beyond this document. The
decision made here ought to set a precedent.
What's the risk of *not* forcing to ASCII via punycode? Leave aside
flaws in unicode handling routines for the moment. In the IBE
context, a sender would derive an "incorrect" public key (more
correctly, a different public key) and the recipient would be unable
to decrypt the message.
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