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Trial gogoServer & gogoCPE

Hi,Anyone interested to trial the gogoServer & gogoCPE in sinapore? Thanks.Continue

Started Feb 15, 2011

IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks
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Hi,Does anyone know of any issue regarding the IPv6 networks? Any sites that is documenting all the popular apps like Apache, linux, ssh etc on ipv6 having issues?…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Klein Nov 5, 2010.

IPv6 China taking the lead to commercial use. will gogo6 be in chinese soon?
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China Telecom will begin issuing IPv6 address for commerical use in the 2nd half of 2010 starting with the ISPs in ChangSha city. Will there be a Chinese edition of gogo6 CPE, client & server…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Khow Wai Hong Aug 11, 2010.

 

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Khow Wai Hong left a comment for Stephen DeBrass
"Welcome to the v6 group. hope you can post more question to shape our internet future."
Apr 19, 2011
Khow Wai Hong posted a discussion

Trial gogoServer & gogoCPE

Hi,Anyone interested to trial the gogoServer & gogoCPE in sinapore? Thanks.See More
Feb 15, 2011
Joe Klein replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks'
"Daniel, I must agree, problems exist at all levels of the specifications, implementation, architecture, deployment and operations. It is about the same with IPv4, the difference very few of us have been working with the IETF and Vendors to fix the…"
Nov 5, 2010
Joe Klein replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks'
"James - You are correct, brute force scanning of IPv6 addresses is a Fail. I had a customer call me, to tell me that someone was bruteforce scanning their network. We calculated the speed of the scan and the location of his first host, making the…"
Nov 5, 2010
Daniel O'Neill replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks'
"I don't mean to suggest the security is inherently worse, only that when the mechanics of transport are changed, opportunities for exploitation may arise in certain applications. Even with only a larger address size, issues may arise within…"
Nov 4, 2010
James Knott replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks'
"Given that there's no security in IPv4, how can IPv6 be worse? How much has to be changed in an application to make it work over IPv6, other than address size? I thought that one of the ideas behind protocol stacks was to isolate the effects of…"
Nov 3, 2010
Daniel O'Neill replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks'
"I'm afraid I would tend to disagree somewhat. Migrating the codebase of an application provides an opportunity to introduce new bugs and potentially new security flaws by logical extension. In practice I expect the most common security issue…"
Nov 3, 2010
James Knott replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks'
"The exact same problems occur with IPv4 and other protocols. It has nothing to do with IPv6 or IPv4. Years ago, there were other protocols in common use, such as IPX and the old NetBIOS, among others. They've all experienced that sort of…"
Nov 3, 2010
Khow Wai Hong replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks'
"Good point. So it's quite unlikely that a problem/flaw will only exist in the ipv6 stack and not the ipv4 stack for the application layer. What about exploiting lower layers on the network then? Malformed headers intentional or unintentional…"
Nov 3, 2010
James Knott replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks'
"Why should IPv6 be any different from IPv4 in this regard? IPv6 and IPv4 are simply the means of carrying data around the internet. The vulnerabilities are in the various servers and apps etc. One thing IPv6 has going for it is it's much harder…"
Nov 3, 2010
Khow Wai Hong posted a discussion

IPv6 penetration testing and security IPv6 networks

Hi,Does anyone know of any issue regarding the IPv6 networks? Any sites that is documenting all the popular apps like Apache, linux, ssh etc on ipv6 having issues?http://freeworld.thc.org/thc-ipv6/See More
Nov 2, 2010
Khow Wai Hong left a comment for ChunSing Kerk
"Welcome to the forum"
Oct 6, 2010
Khow Wai Hong replied to Khow Wai Hong's discussion 'IPv6 China taking the lead to commercial use. will gogo6 be in chinese soon?'
"Hi Bruce, have you appointed any local partners to work on the china telecom to find out why the delay using gogo6?"
Aug 11, 2010
Khow Wai Hong posted a discussion

IPv6 China taking the lead to commercial use. will gogo6 be in chinese soon?

China Telecom will begin issuing IPv6 address for commerical use in the 2nd half of 2010 starting with the ISPs in ChangSha city. Will there be a Chinese edition of gogo6 CPE, client & server release soon?
Aug 5, 2010
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Aug 3, 2010
Khow Wai Hong left a comment for gogoWARE
"Where are the cpe and server produced? Do they meet standard compliance for RoHS, energy saving...etc?"
Aug 3, 2010

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Nvsage Pte Ltd
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My customer is deploying ipv6 and targets full scale deployment towards the end of 2010. I need to find out more infomation.

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At 12:57am on July 23, 2010, jerson narido said…
Hi Khow, good to see you on gogoNET! You may want to join the v6 in Singapore group. Also, more people will connect with you if you upload a photo of yourself. See you later... and don't forget to invite your IPv6 friends to join us.
 
 
 

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