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Origina has been working with our Global IBM Experts and partners to analyze both CVE-2022-22965 & CVE-2022-22963 (Spring4Shell) critical vulnerabilities to determine if this vulnerability impacts IBM products.
At time of posting, Origina is working with our Global IBM Experts and partners to analyse CVE-2022-22965 (Spring4Shell) vulnerability to determine if this vulnerability impacts IBM products, which to our knowledge, has yet to be disclosed by IBM.
2.16.0 Logj is the latest! At least two vulnerabilities in the patch, released as Log4J 2.15.0, and that attackers are actively exploiting one or both of them against real-world targets who have already applied the update.
The impact of the Log4Shell vulnerability is being felt all over the world, and the situation continues to evolve. If you require support, please feel free to reach out to us.
Log4j version 1.x is not impacted. However, please ensure due diligence when identifying all instances of Log4j within your environment. Potential locations of Log4j include…
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