The MIPv6 protocol allows a Mobile Node (MN) to maintain its network connection during attachment transfers. For Mobile IPv6 to run properly it is important to keep Binding Update (BU) messages protected. The BU message contains sensitive data. It consists of a Mobile Node's Home Address (MN's HoA) and Care-of Address (CoA). It is responsible for redirect traffic among addresses. These messages suffer from vulnerabilities in security that gives attackers the opportunity to redirect traffic for interception by sending false binding update messages.