Fast Facts: How to Find and Fix the Log4j Vulnerability in Under 2 Minutes
Many organizations still need to find the Log4j vulnerability in their environment and address the risk. The news about Log4Shell, the vulnerability impacting the Apache Log4j software library, first burst onto the scene and became a headache for admins everywhere in December 2021. But the fall-out is far from over. In fact, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) recently issued an advisory about recent ransomware attacks and notes that the agency has observed some CVEs that bad actors used to gain access include remote code execution in the Apache Log4j software library.
Simply put: Log4Shell is still a problem and many are still vulnerable. So what should you do?
In this Fast Facts video, we show you how to use the Rezilion platform to find vulnerable and exploitable instances of the Log4j vulnerability and ticket for their remediation – in less than two minutes.
Check out the video today to learn why Rezilion’s platform makes it easier to:
- Detect risks, like Log4Shell, that are hard to find
- Focus on what’s important
- Quickly ticket dev teams to remediate vulnerable and exploitable instances of Log4j vulnerability, helping teams to speed up time to patch and minimize risk
Watch the video now and get on the path to addressing Log4Shell today.