The Log4j Vulnerability Is Now Used by State-Backed Hackers

The vulnerability, officially tagged as CVE-2021-44228 and called Log4Shell or LogJam, is an unauthenticated RCE vulnerability that allows total system takeover on systems running Log4j 2.0-beta9 through 2.14.1. What Happened? Nation-state hackers…

Relentless Log4j Attacks Include State Actors, Possible Worm

More than 1.8 million attacks, against half of all corporate networks, have already launched to exploit Log4Shell. Call it a “logjam” of threats: Attackers including nation-state actors have already targeted…

Cybersecurity experts debate concern over potential Log4j worm

As the fallout from the Log4j vulnerability continues, cybersecurity experts are debating what the future might hold.  Tom Kellermann, VMware’s head of cybersecurity strategy, said the Log4j vulnerability is one…

SAP Kicks Log4Shell Vulnerability Out of 20 Apps

SAP’s still feverishly working to patch another 12 apps vulnerable to the Log4Shell flaw, while its Patch Tuesday release includes 21 other fixes, some rated at 9.9 criticality. SAP has…

A List of Vulnerable Products to the Log4j Vulnerability

Two days ago, we wrote a post about the Log4j vulnerability that is currently wreaking havoc on the cyberthreat landscape. The flaw stands for an open-source Java logging library. By…

Patch Tuesday December 2021 – Microsoft Fixes 67 Flaws, Including 6 Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

December’s Patch Tuesday comes with numerous security fixes and improvements, including two actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities. The list features spoofing, denial of service, remote code execution, elevation of privilege, and…