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Vendors are hurriedly implementing a new patch released over the weekend for the 'Shellshock' Bash vulnerability, but researchers have since found more Bash flaws that will likely need prompt remediation.

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Evidence shows attackers targeting Bash flaw

Exploits are already being written and rewritten for the 'Shellshock' Bash security vulnerability, which was announced just days ago, increasing the urgency for enterprises to remediate it quickly.

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    Shellshock patches outpaced by new Bash flaws

    Vendors are hurriedly implementing a new patch released over the weekend for the 'Shellshock' Bash vulnerability, but researchers have since found more Bash flaws that will likely need prompt remediation.

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    Research shows malvertising only getting worse

    Malvertising is already being used by attackers as a delivery mechanism for exploit kits, and new research reveals the problem is likely to get worse, specifically in the form of malicious Flash banners.

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    Evidence shows attackers targeting Bash flaw

    Exploits are already being written and rewritten for the 'Shellshock' Bash security vulnerability, which was announced just days ago, increasing the urgency for enterprises to remediate it quickly.

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