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Xerox Security Bulletin XRX14-006 V1.0
Thu Oct 30 22:59:48 2014

Xerox Security Bulletin XRX14-006
Bash Shellshock Command Line Interpreter Vulnerability
v1.0
10/31/14


Background
A vulnerability has been discovered in the Bash command shell that can allow attackers to remotely execute commands on a target system. Even systems that don’t allow remote command shell connections may still use Bash to execute commands in the Apache web server and other network-facing applications. Unix and Unix-derived systems like Linux and Mac OS X are vulnerable to these attacks since they use Bash as the default command shell.

A Bash Shellshock document addressing this vulnerability has been posted to the URL www.xerox.com/security.





Xerox Security Bulletin XRX14-005 V1.2
Tue Oct 28 06:10:41 2014

Xerox Security Bulletin XRX14-005
Bash Shellshock Command Line Interpreter Vulnerability
v1.2
10/28/14


Background
A vulnerability has been discovered in the Bash command shell that can allow attackers to remotely execute commands on a target system. Even systems that don’t allow remote command shell connections may still use Bash to execute commands in the Apache web server and other network-facing applications. Unix and Unix-derived systems like Linux and Mac OS X are vulnerable to these attacks since they use Bash as the default command shell.

A Bash Shellshock document addressing this vulnerability has been posted to the URL www.xerox.com/security.




Xerox Mini Security Bulletin XRX14F v1.0
Wed Sep 17 14:33:10 2014

NOTE: This Bulletin is ONLY intended for the specific security problem(s) rated as IMPORTANT for the following products.

WorkCentre 5736
WorkCentre 5740
WorkCentre 5745
WorkCentre 5755
WorkCentre 5765
WorkCentre 5775
WorkCentre 5790