Companies rush to fix software exploit after US warning


The flaw in the Log4j software could allow hackers unfettered access to computer systems and has prompted an urgent warning by the US government’s cybersecurity agency. — Reuters

Major global companies are facing pressure to fix what experts are calling one of the most serious software flaws in recent memory.

The flaw in the Log4j software could allow hackers unfettered access to computer systems and has prompted an urgent warning by the US government’s cybersecurity agency.

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