If your MOBOTIX system is recording to NAS that is connected to an Internet router then listen up because Shellshock is getting quite NASty.
Shellshock is a popular nick name given to a vulnerability found in the Bash Shell (Bourne Again SHell) command-line interpreter which is used in most, not all, but most Linux devices. Bash was released by Brian Fox in 1989 as a hackable open source replacement to Unix’s Bourne shell. It quickly gained popularity mainly because it was more flexible and license free. The vulnerability in Bash is basically an open door for hackers to remotely run code directly onto a Linux system and create havoc.