No NetAlly products, websites, or portals are affected.
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA – December 13, 2021, 2021 – As part of NetAlly’s commitment to customer data security, NetAlly confirms that none of our products or websites/portals are impacted by the “Log4j” security vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228). The “Log4j” flaw is a zero-day security vulnerability in the Java logging library “Apache Log4j”, which none of the NetAlly products or websites use.
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