As 2021 was winding down, a zero-day vulnerability involving remote code execution in Log4j, a widely used Java logging library, was discovered. Because it is the most commonly used Java logging utility used by software developers all over the world, exploits of this vulnerability have the potential to impact millions and will take months, possibly years, to understand the full implications, much like the Solarwinds cyberattack.

 

Download our latest security brief to get all the details where we examine what Log4j is and why it is so widely used, the nature of the zero-day vulnerability, who was impacted and what you can do to protect your business.
 

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