Meg Whitman, HP's chairman, CEO, and president, is leading a new charge, splitting the tech giant down the middle to create two new publicly traded companies and cutting 5,000 jobs.
IT vendors like Cisco and Oracle are working hard to plug Shellshock vulnerabilities in their products. Meanwhile, Apple has issued a patch that some security experts warns is not quite fully baked.
With its eyes clearly set on the holiday market for Chromebook-like devices, Hewlett-Packard has unveiled a new lineup of its HP Stream Windows notebooks and tablets, starting at $99.99.
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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