Re: IPv6 attacks bypass network intrusion detection systems

[Note:  This comment comes from friend Bob Frankston.  DLH]

From: “Bob Frankston” <Bob19-0501@bobf.frankston.com>
Subject: RE: [Dewayne-Net] IPv6 attacks bypass network intrusion detection systems
Date: April 10, 2017 at 10:09:42 AM EDT
To: dewayne@warpspeed.com

The very term “intrusion” detection assumes there is a perimeter that can be protected. But that perimeter is an accidental byproduct of having to have a NAT. But that breaks the idea of an end-to-end relationships that doesn’t involve a middle second-guesser. We need a more sophisticated approach than a moat around the castle.

Bob Frankston
http://Frankston.com
@BobFrankston

IPv6 attacks bypass network intrusion detection systems
New protocol enables invisible data exfiltration.
By Juha Saarinen
Apr 7 2017
<https://www.itnews.com.au/news/ipv6-attacks-bypass-network-intrusion-detection-systems-457476>

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