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IPv6 - The Golden Era for Blackhatters

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ShadeDream, Jun 6, 2012.

  1. ShadeDream

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    For those of you that don't already know, today on June the 6th 2012 is the World IPv6 Launch Day. This is one of the most important events in history within the Internet.

    Google have already launched its informational site about IPv6.



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    http://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/index.html
    Official World Launch site:

    Code:
    http://www.worldipv6launch.org/

    Imagine being able to control your watches, fridges, microwaves, cars, etc all through your computer, this will all be possible thanks to the amount of IP addresses available. We will no longer have to worry about the fact that there may not be enough IP address to get every possible device connected together. Sounds quite fascinating and pretty much limitless, the only limit will be our imagination.

    In terms of Internet Marketing, what do you guys think? Is today the day the Golden Era will start for Blackhatters and others alike? With the amount of IP's that will be available they are expected to be very cheap and easily obtainable. I don't fully understand how IPv6 works because I haven't done my research yet but if the IP's won't be leaving tracks behind themselves then the opportunities will be pretty much endless.
     
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    Well lets hope my proxy bill gets a lot cheaper ! :D
     
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    Dear god... a larger internet. I'm gunna get SO lost.
     
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    Note to self: Research the feasibility of an IPv6 proxy service... :cool:
     
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    Cool. Now buying private proxies in millions will become a norm :cool:
     
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    I don't think this will be feasible as I've seen quite a few VPS services giving away batches of 10-20 IPv6 IP's for free with their VPS plans so I'd imagine getting an IPv6 in the future will be dirt cheap and easy.
     
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    awesome info and a very wonderful moment, hope it would be easy to buy A LOT of proxies with affordable price..
     
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    Even though its going to take some reading and digesting to understand the implications of this something tells me proxies is the least of it. There are HUGE new opportunities in this we haven't even considered yet. More choices.
     
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    Banning your IP will be futile now. Because you can easily get another.
    Spam will increase. BlackHat techniques of the past will return.
    Interesting times.
     
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    340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 IP addresses to be exact. Trillion, trillion, trillion...
     
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    exactly what I was thinking as well , I for one know of some sites that only allow certain ip ranges. Once ipv6 is rolled out , will be a lot harder to stop things
     
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    It'll be hell and heaven. :D
     
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    hehe scrapebox just got better
     
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    And lol i thought disabling ipv6 from lan makes my internet faster
     
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    Thanks for the video. I knew that IPv6 was coming (not the date though) but didn't know that much what it meant. That video took care of that lack of knowledge :)
     
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    The thought of a refrigerator connecting to the internet makes me laugh. I'm sure some already do, but you have to realize that my parents used the same fridge for over 20 years. You can imagine how slow a transition it would become if it's even possible for people to jump at a chance to replace a few hundred pound box in their homes. It's inconvenient in a multitude of ways.

    That's a cute video, but who was worried that we couldn't run our phones, watches, etc, because we'd run out of addresses? It's ludicrous since IPV6 has been in planning as early as 1994.
     
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    That's true but then again this isn't anything that will happen within the next 5-10 years. As time goes by people will adapt, look a few years back where there were no computers at all and look now. In 10-20 years time this will no longer be "inconvenient". It will obviously not happen overnight but sooner or later it will.
     
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    Great minds think a like! Thanks for the vid OP really enjoyed it.
     
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    IPv6 won't be fully functional for websites for quite awhile. Any website that uses WHMCS or cPanel does not support IPv6. I also think plesk does not support ipv6. Many forums do not support ipv6.

    This "launch" is mostly just PR.