The story "Harvard researchers take aim at Shellshock-like woes with new scripting language," posted Thursday, contains an incorrect title for one of the quoted researchers. The first sentence of the eighth paragraph should read:
"Most scripting languages, such as Bash, don't give you a way to figure out what the script is going to do. Everything is buried inside the code," said Christos Dimoulas, a Harvard postdoctoral fellow also on the development team.
The copy has been changed on the wire.