How to Fix Bash Shellshock Vulnerability on Debian Stretch 9 Linux

October 26, 2014 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

How to Protect Debian from Bash Shellshock Vulnerability

The Tutorial shows you How to Fix the Shellshock Vulnerability in Linux Debian Stretch 9 32-64-bit Desktop/Server.

Shellshock was disclosed on 24 September 2014, also known as Bashdoor is a family of Security Bugs in the widely used Unix Bash shell.

The Current Bash Version Do Not Suffer Any More of the Shellshock Vulnerability so the Solution Consist in Simply Upgrading the System or also Only Bash!

Fixing Shellshock on Debian Stretch 9 - Featured
  1. Open a Command Line Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    Fixing Shellshock Vulnerability on Linux Debian - Open Terminal
  2. Solutions.

    • Upgrading the Entire Linux Debian System.

      sudo su -c "apt-get dist-upgrade"
      sudo su -c reboot
    • Upgrading Bash Only.

      sudo su -c "apt-get upgrade bash"

      In this case last case then You Don’t need to Reboot Linux Debian…


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