Added some updated IETF drafts as well as some new ones. RFC updates including RH0 handling.
More whitepapers added to the IPv6 section, two from 2006 and another from 2007 both from security conferences (HITB, RUXCON and CanSecWest).
Bit of an update just to let everyone know that the site is not dead. The IPv6 secition has been updated with new content in practically all new areas. In addition to this I’ve stopped archiving messages from the pkgsrc-wip lists. I’ve done this as there are a lot better public archives of them than mine.
Updated some IETF Internet Drafts.
Fixed some typos in the Internet Drafts listings that were causing them to point to the wrong documents. Added RFC 4487.
Added some updated IETF drafts and also mentioned the release of the THC IPv6 Attack Toolkit.
Although not strictly security related I’ve added an extra section on online tools. This was prompted by an email I got from Brian McGehee about a tool on his website. I also took the opportunity to update a few Internet-Drafts that have been published and also added a link to RFC4218 and a presentation on Intrusion Detection and IPv6.
First round of updates in a while including a new updated draft on the issues surrounding mobile IPv6 and firewalls. Some more presentations on IPv6 NAT issues and an interesting one on worm propagation in IPv6 networks. Also update the “Exploits and Advisories” section noting some Cisco and Linux issues.
Thanks to IPv6style for the heads-up on the recent Coalition Summit for IPv6. By the looks of it there were some really interesting talks and a fair few related to IPv6 security as well which I’ve now added to the whitepapers section.
Added some security related presentations from the recent Global IPv6 Summit in Barcelona.