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Our response to the Log4J vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228)

Our response to the Log4J vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228)

Claudia Orecchioni

On Dec. 9th, a severe Log4J vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) was disclosed. Log4J is a popular logging library for Java. The vulnerability is extremely serious due to the severity of possible exploits and how widely Log4J is used.

Since becoming aware of the vulnerability, we have activated our Information Security Incident Response Procedure to review and address any possible exposure.

Our service is not affected by this vulnerability.

As a further mitigation measure, we are working with our suppliers to review their response to this risk and ensure it's handled appropriately throughout our supply chain.

If you would like any additional information about this issue, don't hesitate to contact our Customer Success Team.

Yours sincerely,
Lorenzo Frattini

Founder and CEO

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