Log4J hackers continue targeting VMware Horizon servers
VMware is rushing to convince customers to apply the latest security guidance.
According to several cybersecurity companies monitoring the situation, attackers are still targeting VMware Horizon servers through Log4J vulnerabilities.
Two weeks ago, the UK's National Health Service (NHS)... Read more
Log4j 2.16 vulnerable to DoS attacks, emergency patch 2.17 advised
The impact of the infamous vulnerability in Java library Log4j drags on. Although the initial issue was resolved with patches 2.14, 2.15 and 2.16, the latter version appears to be susceptible to abuse as well. Security researchers found an entrance for Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. Log4j 2.17 wa... Read more
Log4j update: 60 variations of Log4Shell, hundreds of thousands of attacks
The severity of the vulnerability in Log4j is anything but theoretical. Cybercriminals are scanning ports worldwide to find entry points for abuse. Security researchers observed hundreds of thousands of attacks.
In the past few days, Check Point Research recognized 470,000 network scan attempts.... Read more
Log4Shell: what is Log4j, who does it affect and how do you patch it?
A critical vulnerability in a widely used open-source library for Java puts the global IT landscape on alert. The likelihood that your environment is affected has rarely been more significant. Solving starts with understanding. As such, we explore the problem with the Log4j vulnerability known as L... Read more
New zero-day in Java Log4j is vulnerable to attacks
The newly discovered zero-day vulnerability allows attackers to gain complete control of organizational systems and servers.
A new vulnerability has come forth in Java logging library Apache Log4j, allowing attackers to access servers. This recent weakness is coined as Zero-Day vulnerability, an... Read more