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I am looking to an Cryptographically Generated Address (CGA) implementation in Java or in C++. Would be glad if someone can help.

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Can you be clearer about what you're looking for? –  nealmcb Apr 27 '11 at 18:11
    
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptographically_Generated_Address -- at the moment, there's an RFC that describes this, but I haven't heard of any implementations. –  Jeff Ferland Apr 27 '11 at 18:45
    
I voted to close. SS is not about programming. –  anonymous Apr 27 '11 at 20:50
    
Interesting concept... @Ams, it's not not about programming. I was doubtful, but now it seems to me to be on topic, he's looking for an implementation of a cryptographic protocol. That said, I dont think an answer will be forthcoming, as per @Jeff's comment... –  AviD Apr 27 '11 at 23:31
    
@AviD, unfortunately, for me it seems that SS is becoming completely about everything that contains even some mention of security related item. I would agree it is on-topic if security weakness, or possibilities how to strengthen the solution were discussed. –  anonymous Apr 28 '11 at 8:31

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http://www.thc.org/thc-ipv6/ a whole suite if ipv6 utilities, but sendpees6 has great examples of how to do CGA against SEND.

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Interesting. Here is one example of a DoS attack capitalizing on the extra overhead of verifying the signatures: Project 13x: IPv6 DoS with sendpees6 (10 pts.) –  nealmcb Apr 28 '11 at 5:34
    
i was looking more for a tool ,which could generate CGA address. –  Bass Apr 28 '11 at 11:42
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cga_opt = thc_generate_cga(prefix, key, &cga); is how you generate it if you're using the thc toolkit. Is that close enough? –  Marcin Apr 28 '11 at 13:34
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@nealmcb, funny, that's exactly what I did for my thesis few years ago when thc's code wasn't nearly as functional ;) The fun part about SeND is that the client gets to pick the strength of the key, so you can kill any SeND aware node by precreating a packet and then just replying it as fast as you can. Depending on the speeds of the CPU's, I've been able to kill a node by playing <25 packets a second. –  Marcin May 13 '11 at 22:18

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