[ipv6hackers] IPv6 security tools released
fgont at si6networks.com
Tue Jul 3 21:10:19 CEST 2012
On 07/03/2012 02:07 PM, Dan York wrote:
> Thanks for the notification. Two questions for you:
> 1. At first I thought that ipv6-toolkit-v1.1.tar.gz had all the tools
> and the other downloads were if you wanted a specific tool...
Short answer: download the ipv6-toolkit-v1.1.tar.gz. If there's any tool
that is not inside that tarball (such as ipv6mon), download it
separately (from its own tarball).
> it's not clear to me after downloading the file if that is the case.
> What is in this "ipv6-toolkit" download as compared to the other
Originally, tools were shipped as individual tar.gz files. Then, when
the number of tools became large, and I was producing both new tools and
updates to the existing ones, I ended up shipping everything as
> (Adding a description on the download page would be
Well, I don't own/manage the aforementioned page (for instance, I
haven't posted the tools online myself)-
Since *some* version of the tools have been posted online, I may be able
to post my latest version soon.
> 2. Is the code for these tools hosted on some collaborative site like
No. But I'm hoping to do so as soon as I'm allowed to. (that's why the
tools are not yet at si6networks.com or at my personal web site).
> (or could the code be?) That would allow for others to
> easily send you potential additions, fixes, suggestions, etc.
> Thanks for making these available!
Comments, suggestions, etc. will be more than welcome!
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