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Articles for the keywords: IPv6
18 Jun 2017 IPv6 Basics for Beginners [64243]
Network Computing, June 9th 2017

"If you're new to IPv6, check out this infographic to get up to speed.

After years of talk in the IT industry, IPv6 adoption is under way. The need for organizations to migrate to IPv6 gained some urgency two years ago when ARIN ran out of IPv4 addresses in its free pool. Yet billions of people use the internet today and many still are not aware of what Internet Protocol or IPv4 is, let alone IPv6.

So for those new to IPv6, the folks at telecommunications company Wavedirect, put together an infographic to educate them on the basics. Newbies can learn how IPv6 compares to IPv4, the benefits it offers, and the risks of businesses not adopting IPv6..." - Network Computing
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12 Jun 2017 Don't Be Left Behind by IPv6 deployment, ISOC Warns Enterprises [64273]
Network World, June 6h 2017

"Deployment of IPv6 is accelerating - but it's home and mobile users that are benefitting from the performance improvements first, a new report says ...

They have the resources, the expertise and, though they may not realize it, the need -- but it turns out that enterprises are often the ones that don't yet have IPv6.

That's the finding of the Internet Society its latest report on IPv6 deployment, published five years after the organization began a worldwide push to deploy the new addressing protocol and almost 20 years after the protocol was defined..."
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09 Jun 2017 IPv6 Basics for Beginners [64077]
Network Computing, June 9th 2017

"If you're new to IPv6, check out this infographic to get up to speed.

After years of talk in the IT industry, IPv6 adoption is under way. The need for organizations to migrate to IPv6 gained some urgency two years ago when ARIN ran out of IPv4 addresses in its free pool. Yet billions of people use the internet today and many still are not aware of what Internet Protocol or IPv4 is, let alone IPv6.

So for those new to IPv6, the folks at telecommunications company Wavedirect, put together an infographic to educate them on the basics. Newbies can learn how IPv6 compares to IPv4, the benefits it offers, and the risks of businesses not adopting IPv6..."
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06 Jun 2017 Don't Be Left Behind By IPv6 Deployment, ISOC Warns Enterprises [64093]
CIO, June 6th 2017

"Deployment of IPv6 is accelerating -- but it's home and mobile users that are benefitting from the performance improvements first, a new report says...

They have the resources, the expertise and, though they may not realize it, the need -- but it turns out that enterprises are often the ones that don't yet have IPv6.

That's the finding of the Internet Society its latest report on IPv6 deployment, published five years after the organization began a worldwide push to deploy the new addressing protocol and almost 20 years after the protocol was defined.

Around 13 percent of the top one million websites is inviting IPv6 traffic today, it said, citing a Hurricane Electric analysis of data provided by Amazon.com. That figure rises to around 22 percent for the top 1,000 websites..."
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12 Mar 2017 FL Cyber Security Professionals: Scanning, Enumeration & Exploitation [61406]
Thursday, March 16th, 2017: 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

WeWork - Brickell City Centre

Join us on Thursday, March 16th, 2017 as we discuss our Scanning, Enumeration & Exploitation. Having the ability to enumerate is essential in exploiting operating systems. We will spend time enumerating with tools such as nmap, metasploit auxiliary modules, and enum4linux. Additionally, we'll even discuss options for IPv6. The last hour will be spent discussing the exploitation process. Time permitting, we will attempt to exploit the machines identified in our lab. See you there!

Tyrone E. Wilson, German Gobel
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