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BREAKING – Log4Shell Exploitation Grows as Cybersecurity Firms Scramble to Contain Threat

Cybercriminals are quickly ramping up efforts to exploit the critical flaw found in the widely used Log4j open-source logging tool, targeting everything from cryptomining to data theft to botnets that target Linux systems. The cybersecurity community is responding with tools for detecting exploitation of the vulnerability, a remote code execution (RCE) flaw dubbed Log4Shell and tracked as CVE-2021-44228. Efforts include a Log4j emergency […]

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Apache Log4j Zero Day Exploit Puts Large Number of Servers at Severe Risk

A critical vulnerability in the open-source logging software Apache Log4j 2 is fueling a chaotic race in the cybersecurity world, with the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) issuing an emergency security update as bad actors searched for vulnerable serve…

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