"This is a temporary work-around just to deal with the immediate issue," Mike Schroepfer, director of engineering at Mozilla, said. "We're working on a future release in which we will actually fix the problem and re-enable the IDN feature." Switching off IDN support impacts a subset of Firefox and Mozilla users who actually use such special domain names, he said.
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