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Shell Shock Linux vulnerability
Published Date : 26 Sep 2014 Last Updated : 15 May 2018 Content Ref: TEC4123730


You may have been made aware of the Shell Shock Linux vulnerability which was revealed on the evening of 24 September 2014. This vulnerability poses a serious risk to many Linux/Unix based services deployed by organisations across the Internet.

We have invoked major incident response processes in order to identify the impact on you and define plans to mitigate against this vulnerability. We are working to identify any potentially exposed services and are in the process of rolling out patches to affected systems that have already been identified.

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Further details of the vulnerability can be found here:

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