Problem Statement Regarding IPv6 Address Usage
draft-gont-taps-address-usage-problem-statement-00

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Abstract

This document analyzes the security and privacy implications of IPv6 addresses based on a number of properties (such as address scope, stability, and usage type), and identifies gaps that currently prevent systems and applications from leveraging the increased flexibility and availability of IPv6 addresses.

Authors

Fernando Gont (fgont@si6networks.com)
Guillermo Gont (ggont@si6networks.com)
Madelen Corbo (madelen.garcia16@gmail.com)
Christian Huitema (huitema@huitema.net)

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