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Description: There’s a new threat affecting Linux and Mac computers that experts are saying could be potentially more dangerous than the Heartbleed bug.

Source: Mashable

Date: September 25, 2014

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A new vulnerability called Shellshock — also called the “Bash Bug” — is affecting both Linux computers and Macs, and it has the potential to let attackers take control of your computer as well as gain access to data and services in the cloud. Read the full story.

Questions for discussion:

1. If you are a Mac or Linux user will you change your passwords and take other precautions in light of this announcement?

2. Were you affected by the Heartbleed bug? If so, what actions did you take?

One Response to “In the Wake of Shellshock, Mac Users Are Left Waiting for a Patch”

  1. Ron Kadarishko

    Thanks for this wonderful article. Also a thing is that most digital cameras come equipped with a zoom lens so that more or less of the scene to be included by simply ‘zooming’ in and out. Most of these changes in the aim length are reflected in the viewfinder and on substantial display screen right at the back of the exact camera.

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