Log4J Vulnerability: A Legacy of Cybersecurity from Java to Blockchain and Minecraft by@salkimmich
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Log4J Vulnerability: A Legacy of Cybersecurity from Java to Blockchain and Minecraft

by Sal Kimmich1mDecember 15th, 2021
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The who, what where why and how to fix the Log4j vulnerability. Who: This is a cybersecurity attack specifically targeting the act of logging behavior of software. There are many developer pipelines that use Java based logging. If you track licensing (LDAP) or just running basic best practice on logging your network activity this could already have affected you. 

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