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Exploits & Vulnerabilities: Apache Log4j Security Vulnerability

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The Apache Log4j remote code vulnerability, which was discovered in early December, has sparked widespread concern. Log4j is an ubiquitous piece of software used for recording actions in a variety of consumer-facing goods and services.  When exploited, this vulnerability allows an attacker to execute an arbitrary code on the device, giving them complete control.

ITC’s top priority remains the security of our clients.  Our partners are aware of Apache Log4j vulnerabilities and are continuously working to mitigate or remediate these vulnerabilities in products and services.  We will communicate to affected clients and assist them in identifying, detecting, investigating, and mitigating attacks.


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