For a couple of years now, we have had a mailing-list devoted to IPv6 hacking (i.e., testing, tools, low-level stuff, etc.), home of the “ipv6hackers”
group. The mailing-list (“charter”, subscription options, etc.) is available at: <https://lists.si6networks.com/listinfo/ipv6hackers/>. We’re planning to have our first in-person meeting, which will feature a number of presentations (which MUST be accompanied with code and/or


July 30 (Tuesday), 2013. From 16:00 to 20:00.


Salzufer 14, 10587  Berlin, Germany. EANTC AG (European Advanced Networking Test Center) Headquarters.

Salzufer 14, 10587 Berlin ‎‎(EANTC AG Headquarters)‎‎

If you’ll be arriving from the IETF 87 venue (Intercontinental Berlin), it’s about a 30-minute walk. Please check this map.

Attending the meeting

The meeting is open for participation, at no cost. You just need to be at the venue at the specified time (i.e., registration is not required, and you donot need to be a speaker to attend the meeting).

Meeting Agenda

  • Some Notes on Testing the Real-World IPv6 Capabilities of Commercial Security Products — Christopher Werny & Enno Rey
  • FT6 (Firewalltester for IPv6) — Oliver Eggert
  • IPv6 Deployment Monitoring: Internet metrics — Eric Vyncke
  • IPv6 Security Assessment and Benchmarking — Eldad Zack
  • Measurement of IPv6 filtering policies on the Internet — Guillaume Mulocher
  • News about THC-IPv6 — Marc Heuse
  • News about IPv6-toolkit — Fernando Gont
  • IPv6 addresses on the Domain Name System (DNS) — Fernando Gont
  • DNS Reconnaissance using DNSSEC — Christoph Mueller