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DeepSec 2014 Talk: Safer Six – IPv6 Security in a Nutshell

Published on October 20, 2014 By René Pfeiffer

The Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) is the successor to the currently main IP Version 4 (IPv4). IPv6 was designed to address the need for more addresses and for a better routing of packets in a world filled with billions of networks and addresses alike. Once you decide to develop a new protocol, you have […]

DeepSec 2014 Talk: MLD Considered Harmful – Breaking Another IPv6 Subprotocol

Published on September 9, 2014 By René Pfeiffer

In case you haven’t noticed, the Internet is getting crowded. Next to having billions of people online, their devices are starting to follow. Information security experts can’t wait to see this happen. The future relies on the Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6). IPv6 features a lot of improvements over IPv4. Since you cannot get complex […]

Talk/Workshop: IPv6 Security In-Depth

Published on September 6, 2011 By René Pfeiffer

The tale of two protocol suites has been being written for some time now. The IPv4 Internet has run out of fresh addresses. The IPv6 deployment has begun, but it will take some time before IPv4 is completely phased out (if ever). The work on the IPv6 protocol started in the early 1990s with the […]

It’s tiem*) again: NAT66

Published on August 29, 2010 By mika

ITT *) : NAT66 (picture unrelated) In this thread we discuss NAT Maybe the picture is related. We all want to have our communications as safe as possible and we choose appropriate security mechanisms to achieve this goal. We follow “Best Current Practices”, recommendations from security experts and we follow traditions in our own organization. […]