How to disable IPv6 on Windows

IPv4 is the current Internet protocol; however, because the number of available IP addresses is diminishing, IPv6 will eventually become the standard protocol. IPv6 increases the number of IP addresses available and improves IPv4’s routing and network auto-configuration abilities.

There are a number of security vulnerabilities related to IPv6 where device bypass via unfiltered IPv6 and tunneled traffic is possible.

This video explains how you can disable IPv6.

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