Is Shellshock the final nail in BYOD’s coffin?

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If you thought Heartbleed was the queen bee of security bugs, then you’re in for quite the shell shock.

Last month, it was discovered that the security vulnerability Shellshock can be made wormable and grant hackers the ability to run arbitrary codes on Bash, the most widely-used command processor which serves as the default shell for Unix, Linux and Mac OS X.

Read the source article at Information Age

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