I had some ideas about stickers and actually produced them. ;D Luckily I have some friends that are able to work with Adobe products to greatly support me in those ideas. Thank you, guys! Otherwise, those stickers wouldn’t have become a reality. So, here they are:
NAT -> IPv6
Besides the huge address space, the main (and emotional) advantage of IPv6 is the elimination of NAT. ;) That’s what this sticker is all about.
Networker’s Acronym Paradise
In many situations, I have to laugh about the extensive use of acronyms within the IT sector. Even in the networker’s world, there are hundreds of those. Hence the idea for this acronym paradise. This sticker shows more than 400 words in different sizes, depending on how they are commonly used. Some of them are
stricken through as the protocols or techniques shouldn’t be used anymore. And there are at least 3 easter-eggs waiting for you:
How to get those Stickers?
Follow me on Twitter to find me at network/security conferences in Europe such as TROOPERS or SharkFest. Or send me a message somehow. If you’re paying for the shipping, I’ll send you some.
Seen on Twitter
Here are some examples of those stickers seen on various Laptops. Please ping me if you have any more photos of it. Appreciating!
New bling for my laptop :-) Thanx @mbromileyDFIR for the #BabyWireshark sticker! Thanx @shortxstack for the design! …still room for a few more ;-) #IPv6 #Wireshark pic.twitter.com/GrevyLZ2UY
— Jeff Carrell (@JeffCarrell_v6) February 5, 2019
— khae (@khae) March 20, 2019
Rappel 😁😁@webernetz pic.twitter.com/GQgf9w43g1
— Alexis La Goutte (@alagoutte) April 4, 2019
@bcp38_ at #ipv6_be about IPv6 only wifi. pic.twitter.com/jNNuKWCGnV
— Eric Vyncke (@evyncke) June 26, 2019
Mein Dienstlaptop wird endlich beklebt :D pic.twitter.com/0RrAT0ZRXP
— Marc (@OfficialVentor) March 25, 2021
Photo by Melissa Keizer on Unsplash.
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Ses vraiment cool