Contributed by deanna on from the with prejudice dept.
IPv6 routing headers are a type of 'super source routing', and pose a significant and serious risk to hosts and the internet. That this host-controlled routing even came into existence once again shows how broken the IETF process is. Disable this source routing, with prejudice.
More info about the issue may be found in this set of slides presented by Philippe Biondi and Arnaud Ebalard last week at CanSecWest.
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