TCAT Shelbyville - Technical Blog

No I’m not going to link to the tools.  It appears that as of this month a tool has been updated to further hack away at IPv6.  These tools can be used maliciously and of course the tools also educate you.  How?  When someone develops hacking tools or tools to be used maliciously, it is often good so that code can be corrected.   The tools that many people develop can be used against a users network to help identify problem areas.

As IPv6 becomes a reality, many hackers will begin to exploit the protocol.  Some of the tools developed (the package we will call it) can check and find all local IPv6 systems, redirectors, create fake routers and much more.   All in about 10 lines of code.   And with less than 600 days left, I hope someone is looking into it.   I will certainly be studying…

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