Twitter Web App : 1/3 Stéphane NicollSébastien Deleuze I just want to applaud the amazing work you and your colleagues do in the Spring community. I just came across an issue bit.ly/3wBe6hT I raised with you before the Log4J incident happened and as it turned out I got side-tracked and never came back
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Twitter Web App : So, uh, you know that log4j vulnerability that allows a malicious actor to perform arbitrary code execution as long as they're able to log a message using a particular version of a Java library.
This attack vector is going to be around forever unless we block JNDI lookups.
Twitter Web App : Lazarus is exploiting the Log4J remote code execution vulnerability to inject backdoors that fetch information-stealing payloads on VMware Horizon servers. Read More: asec.ahnlab.com/en/34461/ #cybernews #lazarus