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Shellshock is a series of security vulnerabilities in bash, starting with (CVE-2014-6271) which allows arbitrary code execution from environment variables.

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Looking through my web server logs, I noticed two different ShellShock attacks on my server, both of which generated a HTTP 200 OK response code. They look like this (IP address/date and time … secure against the shellshock bash bug?) returns nothing but running ps -p $$ from a SSH terminal shows a bash shell currently in use. The question is that is it likely that the exploit worked given the above? …
asked Jun 14 '15 by Ocracoke