IPv6 security risks: How a teenager can hack IPv6 security

IPv6 security risks: How a teenager can hack IPv6 security

IPv6 security risks: How a teenager can hack IPv6 security

Date: Mar 08, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO -- It's so easy to hack IPv6, even a teenager can do it.

Perhaps, not quite; but, according to Qualys Inc. Chief Technology Officer Wolfgang Kandek, enterprises today often overlook IPv6 security risks, giving attackers ample new opportunities to exploit enterprise networks in fairly basic ways.

In this video interview, recorded at the 2013 RSA Conference, SearchSecurity.com Editorial Events Director Lindsay Jeanloz sat down with Kandek to discuss the ways in which IPv6 vulnerability management presents new challenges, why IPv6 attacks "in the wild" represent a growing concern, and how his son inadvertently used IPv6 to bypass security measures on his home network.

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