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Botnet Looks for Vulnerable Internal Network Machines
Delivering more proof that the Log4Shell vulnerability is endemic, Akamai researchers detected botnet malware updated to use the flaw as an infection vector. Log4Shell burst into public awareness in late 2021 when security researchers identified a flaw in the ubiquitous Apache Log4J 2 Java library.

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