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This page was from research in 2004 on the security of IPv6 setting
aside IPsec. It was updated in January of 2007 to reflect dead links and add
new sites that have sprung up. I'm not working in IPv6 much anymore but the
majority of hits to my website are still looking for this information so I
thought I would update it. The fact that a google search for "ipv6 security"
puts this page in the top five results says more about the investigation into
IPv6 security than it does about the accuracy of this information.
Darrin Miller and I have released a paper comparing IPv6 threats with IPv4
threats. Comments are welcome:
Here's a PPT version of most of the above paper that we gave at Networkers:
Darrin and I also participated in a panel at the Fall 2004 Internet 2 conference,
the brief presentation can be downloaded here.