Assess Your Log4Shell Risk
With an Apache Log4j Assessment
A Log4Shell vulnerability assessment identifies cybersecurity risk in vulnerable Log4j instances through in-depth scans and penetration testing. Organizations are at elevated risk for Log4Shell cybersecurity breaches due to the use of web applications and third-party solutions that use Log4j, an open-source logging component widely used in Java-based software on Windows and Linux Platforms.
A remote code execution vulnerability, like the one found in Log4j, is about as bad as it gets. The Log4Shell vulnerabilities enable a critical exploit that compromises cybersecurity.
To find all vulnerable instances of Log4j requires thorough crawling and testing of every part of a discovered service’s attack surface. It is insufficient to scan only headers in HTTP requests.
NetSPI offers expert guidance and thorough Log4j/Log4Shell vulnerability assessment and remediation testing. The goal of the assessment is to evaluate in scope systems for the Log4j vulnerability.
Learn how to protect your organization with a Log4j/Log4Shell vulnerability assessment and security testing. During the assessment, NetSPI:
- Discovers services automatically
- Crawls attack surfaces thoroughly
- Targets all parameters, cookies, and HTTP headers
- Identifies exploitable strings accurately
- Verifies all vulnerable Log4j implementations