Just read this http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquirer/ ... ar-present
I just ran the test, and there is no IPv6 connection open on my Mint 5 laptop.
However, this raised an interesting point. Is Linux by default has open to attack IPv6 connectivity or protected if IPv6 is enabled?
Once IPv6 is enabled (assume this is the future standard, we have no choice but use it), what is the best practice to ensure the safety of system?
By the way, is there any "default" firewall in Mint? I always use a software firewall for Windows, but not sure about Linux. Any suggestion to a good, easy to config firewall for Linux? My computers are always connected behind router.
The file specified in /etc, I just couldn't find it, am I missing something?