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How a Linux bug may affect Windows-based infrastructure

The recent developments with “big bugs” such as Heartbleed and Shellshock created a global security strain, with many questions emerging. Both bugs were open-source software-related, but indirectly they would constitute a threat to Windows-based infrastructure. In this post we review a few scenarios of an attack on mostly Windows-based network with Linux servers at certain points.

When the Bug Bashes you

A new nasty bug discovered in Bourne again shell set the infosec on fire, Heartbleed-style. Is it as dangerous as the notorious OpenSSL flaw? It depends…