Dan Goodin at Ars Technica reports on iSec Partners, a company proposing to make .secure into a heavily-vetted high security domain. "Sites that wanted to be a part of this exclusive domain would have to undergo rigorous screening to verify their identity. Physical addresses, trademark registrations, articles of incorporation, and other legal documents would be reviewed by human beings. Upon approval, applicants would receive two-factor authentication hardware to register online. They would also be required to meet a minimum set of security practices, including end-to-end encryption of virtually all Web and e-mail traffic."
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