CVE-2021-44228 – Log4j 2 Vulnerability Analysis​

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Log4j in Focus

On December 9, 2021, the Log4j vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2021-44228, was publicly revealed via the project’s GitHub. More than 2.5 billion devices running Java, coupled

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The Definitive Guide to Ransomware

With the Log4j vulnerability affecting millions of Java-enabled devices, a devastating ransomware attack could occur at any time. Learn all about the risks of ransomware and how to avoid falling victim to it.

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ESG Survey: Securing the Ever-Evolving Attack Surface

To help understand where security teams are falling short and increasing their investments, Randori partnered with ESG to survey almost 400 IT and cybersecurity professionals about how they approach cybersecurity posture management, attack surface management and security testing.

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2021 Attack Surface Report

Leading up to the anniversary of the Solar winds hack, and after a very tumultuous year in cybersecurity—especially with ransomware and supply chain attacks—Randori wanted to understand the ongoing prevalence of internet-facing assets that contribute to these attacks.

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How To Recon Like An Attacker

This step by step guide will teach you how to break down and analyze your attack surface like an attacker. Learn how to reduce risk by identifying what’s exposed and what’s most likely to be targeted.

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5 Tips For Proactively Reducing Ransomware Risk

Authors Rich Gatz from Coalition and Ian Lee from Randori for a discussion on the current ransomware landscape, the key trends driving increasing ransomware claims and a breakdown of 5 effective and proven tips any organization can take today to proactively reduce their risk to ransomware.

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