Tagged: Open Source

ShellShock Bug: BASH Vulnerability, Are you safe?

In past few days you must have heard about a vulnerability in BASH which allow remote execution of commands. Any version of BASH older than bash-4.1.2-15.el6_5.2 is vulnerable to remote execution. Which is a very serious security threat. Read more about this Shellshock Bug.   What is BASH? It’ the default interactive shell in Linux. When you are interacting with the terminal via any  terminal emulator, over a tty, or ssh) you are generally typing commands that bash will read and execute. Even if you...

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How Linux is being used in Every Daily Life.

The purpose of this post is to aware the ‘General Public’ about the uses of Linux in Daily Life.       Linux in Daily Life If you ask someone (Not Geek) about Linux probably the answer you will get will be something like.. “ummmm, It’s an Open Source operating system & it is very difficult to use. We should not try it!” or “It is actually an Operating System & it is Open Source.” Don’t bother asking them What Open...

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