Is Zingtree Impacted by the Apache Log4j2 Vulnerability?

Zingtree is 100% committed to the safeguarding of all its clients' data and those who interact with the company in all facets of communications. A recent vulnerability has been identified in Apache Log4j2, which is a widely used logging package for Java. The vulnerability, which can allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code by sending crafted log messages, has been identified as CVE-2021-44228 and given the name Log4Shell.

Fortunately, Zingtree does not use Apache Log4j in our current software stack. Therefore, we are not prone to the exploits of the Apache Log4j2/Log4Shell vulnerability. Additionally, our Cloudflare web application firewall (WAF) is also automatically configured to block requests if someone were attempting to exploit this or other such vulnerabilities.

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Created December 14, 2021

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