Patients Know Best unaffected by Shellshock vulnerability

There has been a lot of publicity today about the Shellshock bug, a serious vulnerability that has been found in the bash Linux shell.  Bash is open source software used very widely for administering Linux servers via a command-line; it is also used for some processing in common web application architectures (and this is where the problem is most serious).

Patients Know Best’s servers were not affected by the vulnerability at any time, so there is no need to reset your PKB password or be concerned about your data due to this vulnerability.

Feel free to contact us with any questions.

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