Now that the ICANN is allowing custom Top Level Domain names and often cooperate IT workers like to use
.local as the TLD for internal networks, if someone does buy the .local TLD what are some possible dangers a user could encounter?
The main example I can think of is spearphishing attacks. If a company has computers like
SuperSecureServer.local on their LAN and a malicious attacker makes
TotallyARealCoperateServer.local resolve to the attackers IP? If it did, the attacker could send a bad link then could impersonate a real server and get domain login credentials.