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Hear What Experts Say About the Bash Bug
The Shellshock vulnerability in the GNU Bash shell opens systems running Linux and Mac OS X to attack. But HP TippingPoint customers were protected on day one. Learn how.
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GNU Bash Bug Poses Threat
The new "Shellshock" bug could pose a threat larger than Heartbleed.
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The Threat Digital Vaccine (ThreatDV) service monitors and blocks inbound and outbound communications from known malicious and undesirable hosts and leverages anti-malware filters to detect infiltration, exfiltration and CnC traffic.