There are two conditions that need to be present for this to be an issue: Being able to set environment variables, and passing those environment variables into a program that will fork a shell script that uses those environment variables.
None of our services (Broadband Command Center, Address Commander etc.) fork a shell to run a shell script, so the conditions to expose this vulnerability are not present within our products. In other words, our services are not vulnerable.
However, we do strongly recommend that customers contact their OS vendor to obtain an updated version of Bash that fixes this vulnerability, as while our services cannot be used to exploit this vulnerability, there may be other services on the operating system that can.Close
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