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Cybercriminals rush to exploit the second flaw, as a third Log4j flaw arises

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Cloudflare, a web infrastructure provider, reported on Wednesday that malicious hackers are making efforts to exploit a second hole discovered in the extensively used Log4j logging software, making it essential that users install the current version as a deluge of attacks continues to hammer unpatched systems with a range of malware.




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