International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science
IPv6, the latest revision of the internet protocol, is intended to replace IPv4, which still carries the vast majority of internet traffic as of 2013. The advent of IPv6 changes not only the network components, but also the security field shifts. The authors see new types of attacks or at least variations of the attacks they know from IPv4. Although IPv6 was designed with the aim of superseding its ancestors; it is defected in its ability to provide security to its users, anonymity being one such issue.