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Hackers Exploit Shellshock Bash Bug

Hackers Exploit Shellshock Bash Bug
Security experts are keeping an eye on the Shellshock vulnerability, aka the Bash bug, as a focus for malicious scanning and at least one botnet. But hackers haven’t even begun to test its limits.
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