IPv6 and the Internet of Things. Home router vulnerabilities and exploits have been trending lately, and it is a very worrying trend. Until recently, routers have successfully acted as hardware firewalls for our home computers. But moving forward in time – there’s an entire home of connected devices that needs to be secured. Not necessarily to prevent them from being hacked or infected – but to prevent them from leaking data about our lives. Smart lights and the frequency to which they are turned on will be a very easy way to determine somebody’s home schedule. Automated, networked spyware collecting such data will become yet another commodity that both marketers and criminals seek out. The more ways in which our lives can be quantified – the great the amount of things there will be to defend.