On 2012-06-19 4:48 AM, Gervase Markham wrote:
> On 16/06/12 15:46, Zack Weinberg wrote:I think we do need our own DNS resolver eventually (mostly because
>> I disagree; this is the place to work out whether it is Mozilla's
>> opinion that top-level A records are inappropriate. We have the
>> technical ability to refuse to honor such records,
> Can you outline how we might do that? Would we need our own DNS
DNSSEC) but it's not necessary for this. We'd just have to refuse to do
the DNS query at all for URLs whose hostname component did not contain a
dot, and/or which was equal to or a suffix of an entry in the public
This would also entail implementing our own *suffix search* logic to
(Alternatively we could disable suffix search altogether and see how
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