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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1684 IPv4 addresses exhausted, networking standards must support IPv6
The slow move to IPv6 has crept past another milestone, with the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) stating on Monday that the pool of unassigned IPv4 addresses have been allocated.

"As a result, we are seeing an increase in both dual-stack (that is, both IPv4 and IPv6) and IPv6-only deployments, a trend that will only accelerate," the IAB said in a blog post. "Therefore, networking standards need to fully support IPv6."
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#1691 Disassembling a mobile trojan attack
#1690 China’s new cybersecurity law is bad news for business
#1689 Fake shopping apps are invading the iPhone
#1688 Clever Gmail hack let attackers take over accounts
#1687 Adobe patches nine code execution flaws in Flash Player
#1686 Google stops AdSense attack that forced banking trojan on Android phones
#1685 TrickBot banking trojan adds new browser manipulation tools
#1684 IPv4 addresses exhausted, networking standards must support IPv6
#1683 Google releases supplemental patch for dirty COW vulnerability
#1682 Microsoft patches zero-day disclosed by Google
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