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Process for Establishing a Moving Target Connection By Sharing Only Publicly Available Information and a Method for Secure Communications Between Many Clients and a Server Using Moving Target IPV6 Defense (MT6D).
The primary limitation of most network based moving target solutions is that they rely purely on statically defined pre-shared information in order to establish connections. This pre-sharing does not scale when attempting to apply a moving target defense to a server that is providing services to a large number of clients. Scaling introduces problems...
Published: 10/1/2015   |   Inventor(s): Christopher Morrell, Reese Moore, Joseph Tront, Randolph Marchany
Category(s): Engineering
A Technique for Synchronized Dynamically Obscured Addresses in IPv6
The Moving Target IPv6 Defense (MT6D) dynamically obscures network and transport layer addresses of packets to achieve anonymity, including authentication privacy, as well as protection against address tracking and traffic correlation. MT6D is an improvement over prior static approaches where, once they have been assigned, addresses remain constant...
Published: 9/5/2012   |   Inventor(s): Stephen Groat, Matthew Dunlop, William Urbanski, Randolph Marchany, Joseph Tront
Category(s): Security