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Re: [tor-talk] IPv6
My ISP is offering IPv6 since 2002 (higly experemental back then) and
now ipv6 will be officially be sold.
on top of this there is now glassfiber being rolled out and it will
probably have IPv6 by default.
This kinda forces people to use it, it costs less then DSL and has a
higher speed, so you have to choose to be robbed of money or jump into
the deep ocean of new vulnerabilities.
In short, i really like to make the jump, though it would be nice if i
could swim in all privacy in the big ocean without having sharks
chewing on my legs.
On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 5:24 PM, <proper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Tomorrow (June 6) IPv6 is officially out there.
> And will still take years until most ISPs in most countries offer it.
>> What are the pros and cons of IPv6 regarding our privacy?
> Hosting bridges and relays will be easier, because less people are behind NAT. I hope for some more servers, there are probable a lot people who want to serve, and who are using the bridge/relay bundle, but unable to activate the port forwarding. Be it because of technical limitations, because of bugs (upnp not working) or because of lack of knowledge/motivation to do it.
>> Is Tor IPv6 ready?
> Someone else has to answer about the current status.
> https://bridges.torproject.org/ has at the bottom some info about IPv6.
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