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Defeating bots against @torproject hidden services http://www.hackerfactor.com/blog/ 

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What is your experience implementing IPv6?

The IPv6 Forum, in support of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, seeks input to assist in the Development of Initiatives to increase IPv6 Adoption.

Experts predict the world will have as many of 200 billion connected devices around the world by 2020, or about 25 devices per person. The legacy Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), which revolutionized world communications, has exhausted its 4.3 billion IP addresses.

The replacement Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) offers many more addresses, specifically in the range of 340 undecillions (340 followed by 36 zeros).
The pace of IPv6 adoption today is growing at an ever increasing rate. The most recent estimates have growth at 200% per year. This is due to many reasons. This survey is focused on identifying those reasons and determining why some organizations have successfully migrated to IPv6 and some have not.
In support of the National Technology and Information Administration (NTIA), a sub-agency within the United States Department of Commerce, and in preparation for the Internet Governance Forum meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico, in December 2016 (IGF2016), the IPv6 community, led by the IPv6 Forum and its members, have created this survey in support of these meetings.

The goal is two-fold. First, to provide meaningful data to the NTIA on the organizational and fiscal challenges adopting IPv6 presents to many companies and organizations around the world. The second goal is the creation of “IPv6 Best Practices” and “IPv6 Readiness Tools for Business” to assist others in facing the challenges of adoption and pave the way for the next generation Internet.

Provide feedback on your experiences http://www.disrupt6.com/survey.html

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What is your experience implementing IPv6?

The IPv6 Forum, in support of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, seeks input to assist in the Development of Initiatives to increase IPv6 Adoption.

Experts predict the world will have as many of 200 billion connected devices around the world by 2020, or about 25 devices per person. The legacy Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), which revolutionized world communications, has exhausted its 4.3 billion IP addresses.

The replacement Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) offers many more addresses, specifically in the range of 340 undecillions (340 followed by 36 zeros).
The pace of IPv6 adoption today is growing at an ever increasing rate. The most recent estimates have growth at 200% per year. This is due to many reasons. This survey is focused on identifying those reasons and determining why some organizations have successfully migrated to IPv6 and some have not.
In support of the National Technology and Information Administration (NTIA), a sub-agency within the United States Department of Commerce, and in preparation for the Internet Governance Forum meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico, in December 2016 (IGF2016), the IPv6 community, led by the IPv6 Forum and its members, have created this survey in support of these meetings.

The goal is two-fold. First, to provide meaningful data to the NTIA on the organizational and fiscal challenges adopting IPv6 presents to many companies and organizations around the world. The second goal is the creation of “IPv6 Best Practices” and “IPv6 Readiness Tools for Business” to assist others in facing the challenges of adoption and pave the way for the next generation Internet.

Provide feedback on your experiences http://www.disrupt6.com/survey.html

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What is your experience implementing IPv6?

The IPv6 Forum, in support of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, seeks input to assist in the Development of Initiatives to increase IPv6 Adoption.

Experts predict the world will have as many of 200 billion connected devices around the world by 2020, or about 25 devices per person. The legacy Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), which revolutionized world communications, has exhausted its 4.3 billion IP addresses.

The replacement Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) offers many more addresses, specifically in the range of 340 undecillions (340 followed by 36 zeros).
The pace of IPv6 adoption today is growing at an ever increasing rate. The most recent estimates have growth at 200% per year. This is due to many reasons. This survey is focused on identifying those reasons and determining why some organizations have successfully migrated to IPv6 and some have not.
In support of the National Technology and Information Administration (NTIA), a sub-agency within the United States Department of Commerce, and in preparation for the Internet Governance Forum meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico, in December 2016 (IGF2016), the IPv6 community, led by the IPv6 Forum and its members, have created this survey in support of these meetings.

The goal is two-fold. First, to provide meaningful data to the NTIA on the organizational and fiscal challenges adopting IPv6 presents to many companies and organizations around the world. The second goal is the creation of “IPv6 Best Practices” and “IPv6 Readiness Tools for Business” to assist others in facing the challenges of adoption and pave the way for the next generation Internet.

Provide feedback on your experiences http://www.disrupt6.com/survey.html

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What is your experience implementing IPv6?

The IPv6 Forum, in support of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, seeks input to assist in the Development of Initiatives to increase IPv6 Adoption.

Experts predict the world will have as many of 200 billion connected devices around the world by 2020, or about 25 devices per person. The legacy Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), which revolutionized world communications, has exhausted its 4.3 billion IP addresses.

The replacement Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) offers many more addresses, specifically in the range of 340 undecillions (340 followed by 36 zeros).

The pace of IPv6 adoption today is growing at an ever increasing rate. The most recent estimates have growth at 200% per year. This is due to many reasons. This survey is focused on identifying those reasons and determining why some organizations have successfully migrated to IPv6 and some have not.

In support of the National Technology and Information Administration (NTIA), a sub-agency within the United States Department of Commerce, and in preparation for the Internet Governance Forum meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico, in December 2016 (IGF2016), the IPv6 community, led by the IPv6 Forum and its members, have created this survey in support of these meetings.

The goal is two-fold. First, to provide meaningful data to the NTIA on the organizational and fiscal challenges adopting IPv6 presents to many companies and organizations around the world. The second goal is the creation of “IPv6 Best Practices” and “IPv6 Readiness Tools for Business” to assist others in facing the challenges of adoption and pave the way for the next generation Internet.

Provide feedback on your experiences: http://www.disrupt6.com/survey.html

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