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NetAlly Statement Concerning the Apache Log4j Vulnerability

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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Author Bio –
Director of Marketing

Dan Klimke serves as Director, Product Marketing for NetAlly. His 25+ years of experience in the premise cabling and network performance analysis segments of the networking business (first at Leviton Manufacturing, Co. Inc., then at Fluke Networks, Inc., and NETSCOUT Systems, Inc.) provides a deep perspective on the industry and evolution of technologies.

No NetAlly products, websites, or portals are impacted by the “Log4j” security vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228).