Episode Three: The Internet's Response to Major Vulnerabilities

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Emily Austin, Research Scientist at Censys

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Did you know that during our research, Censys observed 105,497 total services running what would become a Log4j vulnerability target? Of those, 102,060 services were vulnerable to this attack. Tune in to Episode Three of our four-part webinar series in which Research Scientist Emily Austin dives into the internet's response to major vulnerabilities such as: - The “Log4Shell” vulnerability that was disclosed in the Log4j logging library - A critical RCE vulnerability in GitLab Server (CVE-2021-22205) - An OGNL Injection vulnerability in Confluence that led to Confluence instances disappearing entirely from the public internet (CVE-2021-26084)

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