Tag Archives: Website Attacks

Bash – ShellShocker – Attacks Increase in the Wild – Day 1

The Bash ShellShocker vulnerability was first disclosed to the public yesterday, 2014/Sep/24. Just a few hours after the initial release, we started to see a few scans looking for vulnerable servers. Our Website Firewall (CloudProxy) had already virtually patched the vulnerability via it’s Zero Day response mechanism. This allowed us to to create sinkholes to More Info »

Bash Vulnerability – Shell Shock – Thousands of cPanel Sites are High Risk

The team behind the Bash project (the most common shell used on Linux) recently issued a patch for a serious vulnerability that could allow for remote command execution on servers running the vulnerable bash versions. Wait, remote command execution on bash? You are likely asking yourself, “How can someone remotely execute commands on a local More Info »