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What you need to know about Shellshock (Bash bug)

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What you need to know about Shellshock (Bash bug)

The Shellshock vulnerability, also known as the Bash bug, is a newly discovered security flaw that poses an immediate threat to over half a billion servers and devices worldwide. Bash, found in most versions of the Unix and Linux operating systems as well as in Mac OSX, could allow a hacker to remotely execute commands without authentication, thus enabling an attacker to take over an operating system, access confidential data, or set the stage for future attacks