In a reply to the previous episode, Matthias pointed out that while the ramond is a useful tool, it is little if any use against a malicious attacker. Right, but if you let an attacker into a subnet with potential targets, you are in some very serious trouble anyway.
Table of Contents
00:00:44 Is a student dorm network really a worst case scenario?
00:02:30 Subnet security, or, dealing with the threat at its root
00:04:20 When subnet securiy is infeasible
00:05:30 The inherent limitations of SEND (Secure Neighbor Discovery)
00:07:03 Fixing Neighbor Discovery to be secure in hostile networks
00:10:30 Attacking below the network layer
00:13:50 Don’t forget to compare ND security issues with their IPv4 equivalents