[ipv6hackers] Local-link traffic injection through tunneling ?

Mark ZZZ Smith markzzzsmith at yahoo.com.au
Mon Jul 15 22:41:22 CEST 2013

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> From: S.P.Zeidler <spz at serpens.de>
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> Subject: Re: [ipv6hackers] Local-link traffic injection through tunneling ?
>T hus wrote Mark ZZZ Smith (markzzzsmith at yahoo.com.au):
>>  > From: ZAMANI Omar <Omar.ZAMANI at solucom.fr>
> [...]
>>  > If so, do the attacker's machine, 
>>  > the target node and the other nodes that share it local-link become 
> all part of 
>>  > the same link when a such tunnel is established ?
>>  Yes.
> I think you want to say "no" for "other nodes", unless you 
> have a tunnel
> where more than two nodes are on-link.

I though Omar was only asking about nodes that were part of the tunnel.

What Omar might have been asking about was "automatic" bridging of non-tunnel nodes onto the same link as the tunnel nodes. That would make them part of the same link-local zone, but the bridging would have to be manually configured by the attack target.

> nit-picking regards,
>     spz
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