New answers tagged unicode
Try looking under the term "Homoglyph" instead of "homograph". For instance, this might be what you wanted: https://codebox.net/pages/homoglyph-detection It contains code and dictionaries.
There are different approaches for homograph attacks. The success depends on the used font. For example in some fonts the small letter l looks very much like the capitalized letter I. And in others they don't. Similarities Use similar characters. They substitute the real character. b ⇔ 6 c ⇔ ( g ⇔ q, 9 C ⇔ ( G ⇔ 6 L ⇔ l, I, ...
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