Steven Schveighoffer, el  1 de October a las 10:56 me escribiste:
> On 10/1/14 10:44 AM, Kagamin wrote:
> >On Wednesday, 1 October 2014 at 05:09:45 UTC, Nick Sabalausky wrote:
> >>Apparently bash has it's own "heartbleed" now, dubbed "shellshock".
> >
> >Does it affect dash?
> I don't know, but I think it doesn't. There are tests you can use to
> check if your shell is vulnerable, google can tell you :)
> >Also, how does one update software on linux? Last I checked, when new
> >version is out, repository of the previous version becomes utterly
> >abandoned. A pity, on windows one can roll new software versions as long
> >as they are maintained.
> Generally, you use the package manager, but it is very dependent on
> what distribution you are using. For example, in Ubuntu or Linux
> Mint, the UI alerts you to updates, and it's as simple as clicking a
> button.

Even doing nothing is enough if you have automatic security updates
enabled, which I would recommend.

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