May 2, 2023 8:01 am

cPanel Plugin Contains Log4j Vulnerability

cPanel Plugin Contains Log4j Vulnerability

cPanel plugin contains the critically vulnerable log4j library affected by what is being called a catastrophic vulnerability

Patch vCenter Server with Log4j remediation

The Log4j security vulnerability is a major security vulnerability affecting many different software solutions, including VMware vSphere and, in particular, vCenter Server. VMware has done a great job of providing automated scripts to implement the remediations in a consistent and non-human interaction type way to help reduce the number of errors and problems as a result.

Remediating VMware vCenter Server for Log4j involves the following steps:

1) Download the Python script
2) Upload the script to your VCSA appliance
3) Change the mode of the script
4) Execute the Python shell script

Read a detailed set of instructions and walkthrough on my blog post, posted here:

Read about other VMware products and services affected by Log4j and the workarounds as posted from VMware here:

Log4Shell & Log4j Explained – ThreatWire

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Log4j (CVE-2021-44228) MINECRAFT Vulnerability in 4 MINUTES!

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Occasionally in software, there are vulnerabilities that are so widespread among organizations that they can have immediate and disastrous impacts if they are not handled quickly. The Apache Log4j vulnerability is the latest in widespread vulnerabilities that will impact many organizations until they take mitigation steps. Without fixing the issue, organizations are susceptible to remote code execution (RCE) on their web servers. Even Minecraft game players are vulnerable to the log4j exploit!

Join me in this video as we will discuss the Log4j (CVE-2021-4428) vulnerability, perform a quick demonstration, and then review recommend mitigation steps. As a cyber security or technology professional, you must keep current with major vulnerabilities that are disclosed if you want to continue keeping your company secure.

Log4j (CVE-2021-4428) Explanation:

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log4j (Log4Shell) Security Issue Explained at a High Level

Hey all! In this video we go over what the log4j problem is, what/who log4j affects, and how to protect yourself from log4j. This is one of the biggest security vulnerabilities that the internet has ever seen.

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