IPv6 attacking tools
"hey dude, your fridge has been owned."
This webpage regroups all IPv6 attacking programs made
during google Summer of Code 2006. A quick description of each
tool is provided. However if you want more informations we can
take a look at this report written and
released during this summer.
Python tools require PCS,
a python based packet manipulation library whereas C tools require
its IPv6 support.
daddos.c: duplicate address discovery denial of service.
fakerta.tgz: fake-router advertisement deamon.
toobig6.c: slow down or deny some targeted connections.
tcp6-kill.c: implementation of the attacks described in tcp-icmp-attacks-draft
frag6.py: fragmented packets generator. fragmentation attacks (e.g. ping of the death) can be easily reproduced.
redir6.py: traffic redirection using icmpv6 redirect message.
rose.py: ipv6 implementation of the rose fragmentation attack.
newrose.py: ipv6 implementation of the newrose fragmentation attack (windows is highly vulnerable).
land6.c: ipv6 implementation of the DoS land
attack (windows is vulnerable).
ssmurf6.c: icmp source smurfing. (linux is known to be vulnerable)
dsmurf6.c: icmp destination smurfing.
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