NASDAQ attempts to shield itself from Shellshock with help of Splunk

Sooraj Shah

The US stock exchange had previously used Splunk to combat the threat from Heartbleed

The American stock exchange NASDAQ is attempting to shield itself from the security vulnerability known as "Shellshock" or "The Bash Bug", with the help of operational intelligence platform Splunk....

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