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Bash aka ShellShock Security Vulnerability Updates

09/26 at 11.20PM EST.

Please be informed that a 0-day vulnerability has been identified on several versions of Bash shell included with Redhat and Redhat variant operating systems. Tenzing is proactively notifying customers about the potential exploit where a remote script could allow an attacker to run local commands on a remote system.

Impact

The bash code injection vulnerability could allow for arbitrary code execution, allowing an attacker to bypass imposed environment restrictions.

Vulnerable Servers

The servers affected by this vulnerability are ones operating with Redhat 4, 5, 6, and 7.

What does it mean to you?

Tenzing has completed patching across our environment. If there were any complications during this process our support staff will create a support ticket under your account for further review.

Please contact our service desk if you have any questions or concerns in this regard

 

09/26 at 12.25PM EST.

Please be informed that a 0-day vulnerability has been identified on several versions of Bash shell included with Redhat and Redhat variant operating systems. Tenzing is proactively notifying customers about the potential exploit where a remote script could allow an attacker to run local commands on a remote system.

Impact

The bash code injection vulnerability could allow for arbitrary code execution, allowing an attacker to bypass imposed environment restrictions.

Vulnerable Servers

The servers affected by this vulnerability are ones operating with Redhat 4, 5, 6, and 7.

What does it mean to you?

A second patch has been released by Redhat to further close this vulnerability. Tenzing has identified impacted devices and has invoked its emergency patch process. We will be patching all Linux devices and will provide updates as we complete our activities. More information is available from Redhat here.

Tenzing is starting the patching process again for affected servers and we will provide an update once all servers have been patched.

Please contact our service desk if you have any questions or concerns in this regard

 

09/25 at 3.25PM EST.

Please be informed that a 0-day vulnerability has been identified on several versions of Bash shell included with Redhat and Redhat variant operating systems. Tenzing is proactively notifying customers about the potential exploit where a remote script could allow an attacker to run local commands on a remote system.

Impact

The bash code injection vulnerability could allow for arbitrary code execution, allowing an attacker to bypass imposed environment restrictions.

Vulnerable Servers

The servers affected by this vulnerability are ones operating with Redhat 4, 5, 6, and 7.

What does it mean to you?

Tenzing has identified potentially impacted devices and has invoked its emergency patch process.   We will be patching all Linux devices and will provide updates as we complete our activities.  Please note, the recently released patch by Redhat does not completely resolve the issue and follow-up patching will be required once instructions from. More information is available from Redhat here.

Tenzing has started the patching process for all affected servers and we will provide an update of the progress as it continues.

Please contact our service desk if you have any questions or concerns in this regard.

The above is an email sent to Tenzing customers on 09/25 at 3.25PM EST.

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