Updating from bash
In addition to CVE-2014-6271, many other related vulnerabilities were discovered in the following days after the Shellshock patch.
If you want to use an version of Bash—or even Zsh—as your shell, you can install it by using Homebrew, a package manager for OS X.While we highlighted some of the more visible features of Console & WSL in our Command-Line Blog, we thought a consolidated list of the most important features and improvements would be useful.So, read on to find out, what's new in Bash/WSL & Console in Windows 10 Creators Update: A key goal for Win10 CU was to dramatically improve WSL's depth and breadth of compatibility with the Linux System Call Interface (SCI). In Win10 CU, most mainstream developer tools now work as expected, including: Note: Some of you may also have been following along with some intrepid explorations into running X/GUI apps and desktops on WSL.To check if your Linode is vulnerable, run the following in Bash: in your output, you are running an upgraded version for CVE-2014-6271.
While working on CVE-2014-6271, a new bug was discovered and given the CVE identifier CVE-2014-7169.The massively improved Bash/WSL & Windows Console that we're shipping in Windows 10 Creators Update is due largely to all of you!