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Critical security vulnerability in the logging library log4j

Information security researchers discovered a critical security vulnerability in the logging library log4j on December 2021.

The log4j vulnerability not only threatened the organization’s servers; it may exist in any third parties or digital vendors used by any website and online service, your security measurements are only as strong as your weakest link in the supply chain, the only important thing to do to mitigate this vulnerability is to map your website’s digital components into an assets inventory.

We are looking forward to provide a vulnerability assessment to enable you to detect vulnerabilities in either your local scripts or digital vendors in real-time to remediate your digital supply chain vulnerabilities before the damage is done.

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