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This really isn't useful or effective, it only specifically protects against shellshock (and with the amount of publicity it received I am fairly confident that a similar attack will not happen again. ) I should also point out that your whitelist would not actually protect a system which is effected by shellshock either.


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You could try another approach, or maybe mix different strategies. From my experience with many customers I can tell you that we have acchieved security by classifyng EXE's with the following methods: Allow EXE/DLL from certain directory (not very often and only combined with other safety strategies like 'no admin rights') Allow EXE/DLL which has a ...


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The closest solution i could find would be Kaspersky Whitelist. Still have to look more into it.



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