Last week a security vulnerability in the Apache Log4j 2 library was publicised. The vulnerability has been given the formal title of CVE-2021-44228, but is also being reported using the terms
This vulnerability can, under specific circumstances, allow a malicious third party to execute code on a remote server which is running an unpatched version of Log4j, potentially allowing the exploit to gain remote control of the server.
For a system to be vulnerable it requires four pieces of software infrastructure to be in place and actively used:
None of Kamma’s platform or services, in our production, integration, staging or development environments, are coded in Java and thus we would like to reassure all our customers that as a company, Kamma is unaffected by this vulnerability.
However if you would like to discuss this in greater detail or require any further information, please contact us at email@example.com.
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