Flexera TechOps Provides Rapid Response to Help Customers with Log4j

SVM On-prem December Update for Log4j Detection

SVM quickly released an update to provide an awareness report of where Log4j may be present on endpoints. While the solution’s primary use case is to identify, prioritize and patch vulnerable software titles Flexera recognized a need to help identify cases where the component may exist as a part of other titles that may not yet have disclosed a vulnerability or offered a patch. For details regarding this update and the capabilities delivered, click here.

AdminStudio Feature Update for Log4j Detection

AdminStudio also plays a role in helping identify potential problems with application compatibility by digging into setup files. Beyond identifying and repairing potential deployment issues, it also provides some helpful reports such as highlighting what packages contain or depend upon Java (as well as if such versions are EOL). This can help customers focus their functional acceptance testing on impacted software titles when updating Java. AdminStudio’s Windows Risk Assessment tests were enhanced to identify log4j jar files within scanned packages. For details regarding this update and the capabilities delivered, click here.

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