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Command Execution Vulnerability in Bash

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Introduction Over the past weeks there has been a global hype over a number of vulnerabilities affecting the GNU Bash application. These vulnerabilities are classified under CWE-78 (OS Command Injection) which describes vulnerabilities that allow the construction of OS commands using externally con...
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How to check and fix Bash vulnerability in *NIX

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Introduction The blog http://www.silensec.com/blog/entry/vuln/command-execution-vulnerability-in-bash provides an introduction to the "Command Execution Vulnerability in Bash" and also how to test and fix it on a cgi-bin enabled web server using ModSecurity. Here we are going to show how to check i...
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