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Get your kicks on route IPv6 Mike Andrews Notacon 9 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Get your kicks on route IPv6 Mike Andrews
Notacon 9

Synopsis

Everyone has been saying it’s time to migrate to IPv6 for about, oh, a decade or so now. “No, really, this year we mean it! Stop laughing, dammit!” So in a quick introductory talk, we’ll go over what’s new, what’s old, what’s a myth, what’s busted, how to make it work, how to break it, and some tips learned from my own deployment experiences… because this year, they might actually be right.

Bio

Mike spent about a decade in the service provider realm, helping people in rural Kentucky get their spam and malware more reliably. In between the occasional Arduino project or bottle of Makers Mark, he’s also been the Server Monkey for Fark.com since its debut in 1999.

 

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