Time Bombs Inside Software: 0-Day Log4Shell is Just the Tip of The Icebergby@z3nch4n
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Time Bombs Inside Software: 0-Day Log4Shell is Just the Tip of The Iceberg

December 27th 2021
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by @z3nch4n 1,941 reads
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A zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2021–44228), known as Log4j or Log4Shell, is vigorously being targeted in the wild. The vulnerability allows an attacker to enter a carefully crafted string of characters into a web form to download malicious code. The result of the exploitation can allow for complete control of the infected system. Jeff Williams, Contrast Security, explains why cyber-threats nowadays are more threatening than they were in the past. He says the nature of cybersecurity threats is different from the challenges we faced in the Past.

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