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Slide Show: Memorable Moments From Black Hat 2012

A look at some of the demos, hacks, awards, and parties at this year's Black Hat USA 2012 convention
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According to speaker Alex Stamos, chief technology officer at security firm Artemis, the introduction of IPv6, a coming deluge of new top-level domainsm and DNSSEC will all serve to transform the Internet's attack surface.

"Because IP addresses are rare and valuable [today], someone owns it and someone is responsible for the IP address," he said. "That model is going to completely go away."

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