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Google backs call for tighter open source security in aftermath of Log4j

22
Jul
2022
Google backs call for tighter open source security in aftermath of Log4j

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Google has addressed recent US government calls to crack down on threats related to the Log4j vulnerability, saying it backs the warnings and unveiled how exactly it plans to fight back.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently published a report on the Log4j vulnerability, saying it could linger on unpatched endpoints(opens in new tab) for as long as a decade, and urged the entire industry to unite and tighten up on cybersecurity(opens in new tab) measures.

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