We’re using AnywhereUSB devices (with Windows Server 2008 R2). Does anyone know if the firmware on the devices is running any kind of ARM Linux? Do they run Bash (and therefore: are they vulnerable to the ‘Shellshock’ exploit)?
At present AUSB runs only on windows
Thanks for your response; my apologies for an ambiguously-worded question. I’ve edited the question to clarify it - I’m actually wondering about the device firmware, since it allows telnet and rsh connections that could potentially be exploited if the firmware itself is some kind of stripped-down build of Linux.
Is anyone able to answer this for me? Is the firmware a custom ARM build, or is it based on Linux with Bash?
Here is a knowledge base article Digi just posted:
At present AUSB runs only on windows,it can’t run on
ARM Linux now.