Shellshock Security Update

As of Friday, Red Hat, Ubuntu, Amazon and other vendors have released updates to address the CVE-2014-6271 vulnerability, also known as “Shellshock”. This vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on servers from a variety of vectors and affects a substantial number of servers running on the Internet.  As of Friday, Sept 26th at 11:30am PDT, all CloudPassage production systems have been patched and are no longer susceptible to Shellshock.

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