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eScan Launches a unique online tool to identify Shellshock bug affected servers

Further to its commitment to ensure safe computing experience to its users across the globe, eScan had launched a tool to identify servers affected by the latest vulnerability, the Shellshock Bug. This intelligent tool can be accessed at www.escanav.com.
 
 
 
  Always ensure to do sensitive browsing such as banking, shopping, or social networking on the device that belongs to you as well as on a network that you trust. In case of using a public computer, a friend’s device or a cafe’s free WiFi, your data is at risk.  
 
 
 
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Guard yourself against Shell Shock: Net security experts

Hackers are always at it—inventing new viruses and tricks to gain access to your data. The latest one ‘Shell Shock’ is going to cause immense losses if you are not vigilant enough, warn security experts. Though experts have not noticed major intrusions in India, they said it is time we take pre-emptive measures to check the attacks. “As of now we haven’t noticed any attacks on Indian infrastructure, however, we do expect attacks to rise in the next few weeks,” Govind Rammurthy, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of eScan, said in an email response on Wednesday.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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eScan Corporate Edition 2014

Verdict: The security suite is light on system and quickly scans your system for malware.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Yahoo Servers Hacked Due To Shellshock Vulnerability

Apparently, Yahoo servers have been compromised by Romanian hackers over the weekend. Up till now, this is the first confirmed case of a major firm being hit with Shellshock Vulnerability. Security researcher Jonathan Hall says that he has found evidence that Romanian hackers used the Shellshock bug to gain access to Yahoo servers. Shellshock bug that could expose vulnerabilities in millions of systems and web servers was identified on September 24.
 
 
 
     
 
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