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IPv6 blacklisting: Will it be harder to fight spammers? Update

April 12, 2011 Leave a comment

IPv6 blacklisting: Will it be harder to fight spammers?

UPDATE:  I received a nice posting from Paul Vixie (1), Chairman and Chief Scientist of Internet Software Consortium (ISC) (2), a guy I meet in the early 90’s, about a posting he made to a popular Circle ID blog (3) concerning a “Two Stage Filtering for IPv6 Electronic Mail“(4)  he was proposing to mitigate SPAM in IPv6.

Thank you Paul for the update.

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(1) Paul Vixie, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Vixie
(2) Internet Software Consortium (ISC), http://www.isc.org/
(3) CircleID, http://www.circleid.com
(4) Two Stage Filtering for IPv6 Electronic Mail, http://www.circleid.com/posts/20110607_two_stage_filtering_for_ipv6_electronic_mail/
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Paul Vixie’s Blog: http://www.isc.org/blog/12/

IPv6: Oops, it’s on by default

July 20, 2009 Leave a comment

Do you know whether your computers are actively using IPv6 or not? Better check, as the bad guys probably already know. Michael Kassner explains how that might be exploited.

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IPv6: Security concerns

October 13, 2008 Leave a comment

IPv6: Security concerns

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IPv6: Why is it needed?

October 2, 2008 Leave a comment

IPv6: Why is it needed?

Podcast Interview