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American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

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IPv6: The security risks to business Predictions about when the world will end are about as consistent as the predictions about when IPv4 internet addresses will finally run out, but some IT security professionals say that is really the least of our worries. A much bigger concern, they say, should be the security holes that will open up in many business organisations as the world moves over to internet protocol version six (IPv6). This is an important aspect of the changeover that has been lost in all the hype around how IPv4 is about to run out of IP addresses assigned to each internet-connected device because of the explosion of internet users, devices and web services. IPv6 will solve this problem because it provides over four billion times more addresses than IPv4, but in solving that problem, it could expose businesses to cyber attacks as hackers use IPv6 to bypass security controls and filters designed and configured for IPv4 traffic. IPv6 attacks likely to increase with adoption Security advantages of IPv6 Email Alerts