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PODERMAŃSKI Tomáš. IPv6 - bezpečnostní hrozby (aneb IPSec to srovná). In: Sborník příspěvků z 38. konference EurOpen.CZ, 8.-11. května 2011. Plzeň: Czech Open Systems User's Group, 2011, pp. 37-50. ISBN 978-80-86583-21-1.
Publication language:czech
Original title:IPv6 - bezpečnostní hrozby (aneb IPSec to srovná)
Title (en):IPv6 - security threads (IPSec "solves" it)
Proceedings:Sborník příspěvků z 38. konference EurOpen.CZ, 8.-11. května 2011
Conference:49. konference EurOpen.CZ
Place:Plzeň, CZ
Publisher:Czech Open Systems User's Group
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In the first proposals of IPv6 the security matters were defined as the basic requirement. Unfortunately the security requirements have significantly changed in last 15 years. That changes have not been projected into IPv6 and today we are faced brand new threads. Security issues have also impact on existing IPv4 infrastructure. As the number of devices supporting IPv6 grows up the security matters are more important. The article tries to point out some security issues that IPv6 brings and tries to find proper solutions.

   author = {Tom{\'{a}}{\v{s}} Poderma{\'{n}}ski},
   title = {IPv6 - bezpe{\v{c}}nostn{\'{i}} hrozby (aneb IPSec to
   pages = {37--50},
   booktitle = {Sborn{\'{i}}k p{\v{r}}{\'{i}}sp{\v{e}}vk{\r{u}} z 38.
	konference EurOpen.CZ, 8.-11. kv{\v{e}}tna 2011},
   year = {2011},
   location = {Plze{\v{n}}, CZ},
   publisher = {Czech Open Systems User's Group},
   ISBN = {978-80-86583-21-1},
   language = {czech},
   url = {}

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