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Saturday, 11 December 2021

Many Java-based applications and servers vulnerable to new Log4Shell exploit


The vulnerability's discovery is credited to researchers at LunaSec and Alibaba Cloud Security's Chen Zhaojun. It leverages a widely used Apache-based logging utility, log4j, to log server data with malicious payloads that trigger a series of actions to inject a secondary payload. The secondary payload allows remote execution of code...

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