By: Bryan Lunduke

September 29, 2014 10:51 am


ShellShock, SUSE and You

This last week, a security vulnerability in the Bash shell -- known as the "Bash Bug" or "ShellShock" -- was reported.  This vulnerability could allow for executing code on a remote machine and, as such, fixing this security issue was a top priority. Luckily, patches to resolve this vulnerability were created, tested […]

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By: Robert Schweikert

September 29, 2014 10:29 am


SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, AWS Updates & Shellshock.

In German there is a saying "Erstens kommt es anders und zweitens als man denkt" which roughly translates to "Things often don't turn out as planned".  In a rehash to the events that happened over and just before the weekend of September 27 let me try and provide some insight into why […]

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