ShellShock, the remote code execution bug affecting GNU Bash, the command interpreter present on many Unix systems and Linux distributions, is still being exploited by attackers.
Experts warn about attackers leveraging a new version of the Bashlite malware, which was initially created as a DDoS bot with brute forcing capabilities and exploits the ShellShock bug. The malware now targets both computers and other devices running on BusyBox, located on the same network. The BusyBox software provides a number of Unix tools in a single executable file, and was specifically developed for embedded operating systems with limited resources.Read more
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