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The fifth security flaw has been uncovered in Log4j

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) released new fixes on Tuesday to address an arbitrary code execution bug in Log4j that may be exploited by cybercriminals to execute malicious scripts on vulnerable machines, making it the product’s fifth security vulnerability in less than a month. The bug, dubbed CVE-2021–44832, is graded 6.6 on a 10-point severity scale and affects all editions of the logging…




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