Last week, I was “literally” fooling around with the bash bug by reposting 9gag images about it 🙂
For you @ErrataRob #ShellShocked #TMNT pic.twitter.com/jSdAXxOQEU
— OMG ??XOR (@SynAckPwn) September 25, 2014
and mashing it up with old movie flicks:
Everytime I read/hear about this #vuln the names of #Popoy and #Bash comes to my mind #Infosec #Showbiz #mashup #shellshock — Menard Osena (@Menardconnect) September 26, 2014
but by the end of the week things are getting a little bit serious as my colleagues found some live malicious files in the wild
As part of the usual sharing of good tech info to my blog readers and friend and as part of public service of a responsible netizen, here are some cool links about this vulnerability:
Infographic from TrendLabs on the Bash Bug aka Shellshock vuln
Some useful links too below:
- Shellshock Server Scanners
- Shellshock/Bash for the not-so-techie
- CNN Money News on Bash and Shellshock
All image/link credits to Trend Micro, TrendLabs Security Intelligence Blog and CNN.
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