using "reserved" IPv6 space
randy at psg.com
Sat Jul 14 21:50:12 UTC 2012
> The fact that your prefix is a Secret Sauce that isn't known to the
> rest of the world won't matter much to an attacker. One 'ifconfig' on
> whatever beachhead machine the attacker has inside your net, and it's
> not Secret Sauce anymore, it's just another bottle of Thousand Island
security through obsurity is such tempting koolaid. people fall for it
continually and repeatedly.
i especially like the one where filtering ula at your border is thought
to be any different than filtering a bit of global at your border.
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