There are many security advantages to doing the migration to IPv6, though: stateless auto configuration, native IPSec support and sparsely populated address space with room to grow are just three that come to mind. But keep in mind also that black hats are already well established in the IPv6 space and are using this infrastructure to communicate securely and for command and control. Deploying IPv6 can help secure applications but should not be treated as a panacea.
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