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Progress in WWW Research and Development
Unicode has become a useful tool for information internationalization, particularly for applications in web links, web pages, and emails. However, many Unicode glyphs look so similar that malicious guys may utilize this feature to trick people's eyes. In this paper, we propose to use Unicode string coloring as a promising countermeasure to this emerging threat. A coloring algorithm is designed and prototyped to assign colors to a set of required languages/scripts such that each language/scriptdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-78849-2_29 dblp:conf/apweb/WenyinFD08 fatcat:fgbwk4yf3bagpov2u4zduxsgvu