A brand new vulnerability has been discovered that will have widespread impacts. Trend Micro to help tackle Shellshock vulnerability. The vulnerability, known as Shellshock (CVE-2014-6271 and CVE-2014-7169), is found in Bash, the dominant shell for Unix and Linux (default), and can also be found in Mac OS X, some Windows server deployments, and even Android. It enables remote code injection of arbitrary commands without authentication, which can then allow malicious code execution that could be used to take over an operating system, access confidential data, or set the stage for future attacks. <a title="NIST IT Security [ … ]
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