[ipv6hackers] "Stick to limited IPv6 deployments, businesses warned"
mh at mh-sec.de
Fri Aug 24 00:44:25 CEST 2012
> I respectfully disagree.
> I very much value what you and Marc have to say.
> However I may slightly differ in my opinion because
> I believe operationally we do not have a viable alternative
> to IPv6.
I also think that there is no alternative to IPv6, thats why I am
constantly pushing and kicking. Without the pain in the ass Fernando, me
and a few others are, IPv6 would be in a terrible state when widely
personally I do not think that security is the most important thing.
Neither do I tell my customers not to do IPv6.
It always depends on their goals, opportunity and risk appetite.
But here I see it as my role to constantly bash - in my 17+ years
experience in security I have learned that otherwise vendors dont move
and clients/users just trust the vendors if they do not find oposing
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