Update: The patch is also applicable to Cisco Unity Connection versions 8.5.1 and up. I have updated the post to reflect this information.
With yet another vulnerability that has become public in the recent week, vendors are scrambling to issue security patches for their systems. Cisco is no exception here, and that’s a good thing. On October 1st Cisco has released bash environment patch for CUCM/CUC versions 8, 9 and 10 to protect these systems from Shellshock bug. All future software updates for CallManager/Unity Connection versions that have not reached E-O-M will be released with the patch included. But for now, affected customers should download and install ciscocm.bashupgrade.cop.sgn available on CCO under Products > Unified Communications Call Control Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager) > Cisco Unified Communications Manager Version x.x > Unified Communications Manager / CallManager / Cisco Unity Connection Utilities-COP-Files.
The update does not require system reboot, but Cisco advises to make a backup copy just in case. Be sure to check patch installation instructions and you may also want to review the CSCur00930 (CUCM) and CSCur05328 (CUC) on the Bug Tracker for more information.
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Just wondering if you’ve run across a patch for Unity Connetions as well?
The same patch applies to Cisco Unity Connection release 8.5.1 and up. Please rewview https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/bug/CSCur05328 for details. I will update the post to include this information.