Hi there, I'm running SourceTree v188.8.131.52 on Windows. I am using embedded Git v1.8.3 which appears to be dated 20130601. The security folks at work are concerned that the version of bash included in this software might be vulnerable to shellshock ... anyone know how I should respond to them? THanks!
Disclaimer: I'm not a security expert.
I would assume the bash version does have the vulnerability, until @Steve Streeting or someone at Atlassian can say differently.
However, unless you provide remote access to this bash installation, I'm not sure how it would be taken advantage of. If a malicious third party gains enough access to your computer to execute commands with SourceTree's bash, you're already screwed.
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