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Browsers identify transliteration of .com like web adress

Hello,
Yesterday noticed that browsers (checked in Chrome and Mozilla) identify transliteration of .com like web adress, and does not send to the search as it was before.


Maybe somebody have some updates?
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Re: Browsers identify transliteration of .com like web adress

Browsers and some other apps use a regularly updated list of all tlds (http://data.iana.org/TLD/tlds-alpha-by-domain.txt) . Verisign recently signed its ICANN contracts which make .kom and the others "official". Thats probably what happened.
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Re: Browsers identify transliteration of .com like web adress

Sounds more like they may have been delegated, in which case we need the Collision List.
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Re: Browsers identify transliteration of .com like web adress

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Browsers and some other apps use a regularly updated list of all tlds (http://data.iana.org/TLD/tlds-alpha-by-domain.txt) . Verisign recently signed its ICANN contracts which make .kom and the others "official". Thats probably what happened.
ком xn--j1aef and קום xn--9dbq2a are not currently in http://data.iana.org/TLD/tlds-alpha-by-domain.txt

Thanks for the pointer to this file as I did not know about it

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Re: Browsers identify transliteration of .com like web adress

They might be using Mozilla's public suffix list : https://publicsuffix.org/

my understanding however is that the new gTLD community wanted a list of its own, outside of the Mozilla foundation, for Universal TLD Acceptance. I assumed it was the IANA list but maybe I am wrong.
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