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Understanding the Log4j Log4Shell Vulnerability


A zero-day threat is creating waves through the cybersecurity industry more than any other in years.

On Thursday, December 9, security researchers published a proof-of-concept exploit code for CVE-2021-44228, a remote code execution vulnerability in Log4j, a Java logging library used in a significant number of internet applications.

In the week since its discovery businesses worldwide are frantically trying to identify and mitigate the exploit, while security pros and experts are desperately attempting to release patches and guide organizations as new information becomes known.

View our webinar conducted on December 16 to get up to speed on the latest findings regarding this vulnerability.

During the webinar, we discuss:

- What Log4j - CVE-2021-44228 is
- Why Log4j is so dangerous
- How Arctic Wolf can help you overcome its challenges

About the Author

Sule Tatar is a Product Marketing Manager at Arctic Wolf, where she does research on security trends and brings groundbreaking cybersecurity products and services to market. She has extensive experience in the B2B cybersecurity space and holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering and an MBA.

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