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Next Generation IP Hopping adds Scalability, Mobile, IPv6, and IoT security.

Obtego Cyber LLC and CAMO LLC has built a secure

VPNs with a novel Mobile IPv6 based Moving Target Defense with all TCP packets delivered over time. Our approach can help

thwart attacks against a VPN server by making the server

difficult to find. In order to create a moving target scheme, we

removed the server’s static IP address and utilized temporary

IP addresses that keeps changing. The use of a Care of Address (CoAs) according

to the MIPv6 standards allows us to implement such a

solution without modifying anything in the network protocol.

Most significantly, no changes are required of the client and

any of the intermediate nodes or routers in the core of the

Internet. Our approach achieves its goals with small overhead

in signaling and transmisson.

  • Guest
  • Oct 9 2020
  • Not under consideration
What is your industry? Computer Services
How will this idea be used?

Create a new layer of cybersecurity to generate random IPv6 addresses in front of the IP addresses you need to protect. Eliminate the attack surface without effecting your devices.

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