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FBI & DEA Warn IPv6 Makes You All Anonymous

 
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FBI & DEA Warn IPv6 Makes You All Anonymous
U.S. and Canadian law enforcement agencies are warning that a historic switch to the next-generation Internet protocol called IPv6 may imperil investigations by making it more difficult to trace who's using which electronic address.

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Bosch!
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Beware jumping crazy on IPV6, as today´s implementation of the stack just lead to the opposite: it's easier to track you back.
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Beware jumping crazy on IPV6, as today´s implementation of the stack just lead to the opposite: it's easier to track you back.
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No its not. HEX based IPv6 makes you harder to track, once everyone is using it. Who do you work for? The "Whats in your wallet?" guys?
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Every single person could end up with their own personal IPV6 address that follows them around.
It's very traceable.
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Beware jumping crazy on IPV6, as today´s implementation of the stack just lead to the opposite: it's easier to track you back.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20908943


No its not. HEX based IPv6 makes you harder to track, once everyone is using it. Who do you work for? The "Whats in your wallet?" guys?
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You don't know what the fuck you're talking about.
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Good. Switch it over right now.
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Re: FBI & DEA Warn IPv6 Makes You All Anonymous
Every single person could end up with their own personal IPV6 address that follows them around.
It's very traceable.
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You will still be able to use DHCP, so you would remain anonymous.
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[link to www.channelregister.co.uk]

[link to wildcat.espix.org]

[link to www.nav6.org]
"Anonymity
Anonymity is preferred by internet users, and in IPv4, this has been achieved to some extent using NAT. However in IPv6, the protocol re-introduces a transparent end-to-end connectivity, thus eliminating masquerading feature that was previously obtained via NAT. The documented methods of mapping MAC and IPv6 addresses also exposes the users to be easily identified. The preference of anonymity would have to trade off with the performance. This brings the issue of challenges in preserving anonymity in IPv6."

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read OPs link!

it says anonymity is only because people are disorganized right now during the changeover, ipv6 does NOT make you more anonymous by itself.
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read OPs link!

it says anonymity is only because people are disorganized right now during the changeover, ipv6 does NOT make you more anonymous by itself.
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But for IPv6, ARIN will be handing out much larger Internet address blocks only every 10 to 15 years, meaning it loses much of its ability to convince Internet providers to keep their Whois entries up-to-date. That means it may take law enforcement agencies -- presumably armed with court orders -- longer to trace an IPv6 address such as 2001:4860:4860::8888 back to an Internet service provider's customer.


This going dark problem they call it is the reason for m$ installing backdoor in skype. Cause larger numbers will be hard to keep up with and in a growing world people create wonderful things and their worry is they cant keep up with a quick scan and will have to rely on search warrants again. lol
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My ISP is using IPv6 and it feels daaaaamn good!

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