Quote: Originally Posted by Dwarf
I can foresee problems with this. We will have to be dilligent when entering the suffixes, particularly for sites that currently end in .com, .org, .net, etc. It won't be too long before unscrupulous people take this to their advantage and use a legitimate name, together with a suffix that is only subtly different (.corn, .orrg, .nett) that at a quick glance looks, to all intent and purposes, as the genuine one, but which will, inevitably, take the user to a rogue site if followed.
Yeah, I see that as a problem too, being that the way it sits nowadays, if you mistype one letter trying to go to a legitimate company's website, you end up somewhere that's usually laced with viruses/malware.
Another chink in the armour...