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IPv6 and how it is used today

Introduction IPv6 is an Internet Protocol version 6, that was made to replace IPv4. Like IPv4, it is intended for routing data over the Internet.

CVE-2022-27254 technical description

The fact that cars are a target to hackers is not surprising. Discovering a vulnerability in a car brings fame to ethical hackers, while unethical hackers can sell their finding to automotive gangs.

EUI-64 and why you should
not use it

IPv6 address consists of 3 parts: Global Routing Prefix, Subnet ID and Interface ID. Interface ID identifies an interface of particular node and is unique within the subnet.

Research and Vulnerabilities

Since Microsoft published a new RCE vulnerability in Microsoft Windows Media Foundation discovered by us, we would also like to share full list of vulnerabilities we have discovered.