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A major vulnerability, CVE-2014-6271, has been spreading rapidly and impacting a wide range of businesses. CVE-2014-6271, also known as “shellshock,” impacts “bash” software, which is used in most business computers. According to some researchers, shellshock could potentially be more dangerous than heartbleed, the open/SSL bug that had most business owners in a state of panic […]READ MORE
A major high severity vulnerability, CVE-2014-6271, has been spreading quickly and impacting a wide range of businesses! The vulnerability, also known as “bash,” involves a UNIX type command shell that’s included in most distributions of Apple OS X and Linux. So how does the vulnerability work? An attacker is able to exploit the vulnerability, then […]READ MORE