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May 25, 11

"As a follow-up to my Introduction to scapy earlier this week, I've developed a scapy cheat sheet. While it would obviously be impractical to include every aspect of scapy's functionality, the cheat sheet covers the fundamentals of building, sending, and receiving packets."

May 23, 11

"scapy is a Python framework for crafting and transmitting arbitrary packets. I've used scapy in labs for my articles a few times before, but today we'll be looking at scapy itself and why it's an invaluable component of every networker's virtual toolbox."

Apr 19, 11

"This winter, the Internet passed a major milestone in its twenty-year-old wunderkind evolution from a small, experimental research network to one of the technical foundations of modern society. In a brief Miami hotel conference room ceremony, ICANN allocated the last five IPv4 address blocks on February 3 — the long anticipated endgame towards eventual Internet address space exhaustion was officially underway [1]."

Apr 06, 11

"As anyone who has watched the reimagined Battlestar Galactica will tell you, Sixes are trouble. They are undoubtedly alluring, but all the while they are working covertly, following The Plan, right under the noses of their targets. Nobody realizes the true nature of the threat until it’s too late."

Feb 28, 11

When an application fails to perform as expected, the network is often the first thing blamed. I suppose this is because end users typically view the network as the sole limiting factor with regard to throughput, unaware of the intricacies of application, database, and storage performance.

Feb 23, 11

Welcome to the Hurricane Electric IPv6 Certification Project. This tool will allow you to certify your ability to configure IPv6, and to validate your IPv6 servers configuration.

Feb 19, 11

First Meeting of IPv6 Council Location:UCL Campus of Woluwe-St-Lambert Date: 16 of February 2011.

Feb 15, 11

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to help clients proactively identify and prevent potential threats to their organization, IBM (NYSE: IBM) today at the RSA Conference introduced the industry's fastest and most comprehensive network security appliance.

Feb 07, 11

Despite a large penetration of the Internet in Belgium, measurements performed within the the IPv6 Council of Belgium, a non-profit non-Governmental organization, indicate that Belgium is behind many other countries for the IPv6 Internet.

Feb 07, 11

Recommendations of the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Feb 04, 11

With everyone talking about the pressing need to switch from IPv4 to IPv6, few people ask what should be an obvious question: what about IPv5?

Feb 04, 11

Montevideo, 3 February 2011 – The Number Resource Organization (NRO) announced today that the free pool of available IPv4 addresses is now fully depleted.

Jan 26, 11

The Day The Routers Died... a song performed by the secret-wg in the closing plenary of the RIPE 55 conference

Jan 05, 11

"In a recent blog comment one of you asked about TaoSecurity lab. This is a collection of my own gear -- nothing associated with my corporate employer. I decided to post the diagram at left in case someone found it useful. "

Dec 31, 10

"The security analysts at NSS Labs tested 13 different network IPS products, including stand-alone IPS and multi-function gateways, and one unified threat management product. "

Dec 24, 10

"An industry analysis released this month rates Hewlett-Packard, IBM and VMware as "value leaders" for configuration management tools that can identify software applications running on a network and the impact of network configuration changes that will affect how those applications run."

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