Added some new RFCs today including:
rfc7739: Security Implications of Predictable Fragment Identification Values
rfc7721: Security and Privacy Considerations for IPv6 Address Generation Mechanisms
rfc7610: DHCPv6-Shield: Protecting against Rogue DHCPv6 Servers
rfc7381: Enterprise IPv6 Deployment Guidelines
rfc7219: SEcure Neighbor Discovery (SEND) Source Address Validation Improvement (SAVI)
The site is still kicking (despite the lack of updates from me). I think it’s becoming more of a historical artefact its self than reporting on on-going events. The RFC and Draft RFC list updates are kept up to date as that happens automatically but I probably need to do a scan for anything new. I’ve been going though and removing all the dead links which unfortunately are adding up ! I do have a local copy of everything on the site but just need to figure out if me hosting the content is the best way forward.
I know it’s been a little while since the last update but I’m still trying to keep the site alive with some relevant content. I’ve just removed some dead links and also included RFC7113 on RA-Guard. In addition to this added a bunch of more recent whitepapers from the 2011-13 North American IPv6 Summit meetings as well as DEFCON.
The security tools section has now been updated to separate out the more attack specific tools and this list has also been updated. In addition to this there are some minor RFC and IETF-Drafts updates.
Some more draft updates including:
Quite a few updates today including some housekeeping and removal of some dead links. The general round of updates on RFCs and IETF drafts was also done to make sure they are all the latest versions. Added some whitepapers from 2011 and a new toolkit for security assessments of IPv6.
Added an online tool to help in the creation of IPv6 reverse DNS records.
Added two new RFCs (6104 and 6105) on security issues around router advertisements in IPv6, also some updated draft RFCs on IPv6 firewalling.
Lots of updates to the IETF Internet Drafts so now the latest versions of the drafts are more likely to be there and there’s also more information on each one including author, date abstract etc. This brings them in like with the level of information on the RFC pages.
Clearing off a backlog of some older whitepapers that were not on the site and trying to focus on some more recent presentations.