[Archivesspace_Users_Group] log4j vulnerability in ArchivesSpace?

Tom Hanstra hanstra at nd.edu
Sat Dec 11 08:57:49 EST 2021

Right, it is bad. I'm digging around at everything this morning looking for
places that might be vulnerable.

There are a couple of gems in the gems directory which use older versions
of log4j (ladle-0.2.0-java, mizuno-0.6.11). No idea where those come into
play with the overall software.


On Sat, Dec 11, 2021 at 8:46 AM Blake Carver <blake.carver at lyrasis.org>

> Almost certainly not, there's no absolutes in this stuff, but from
> everything I've read it's currently not vulnerable.
> This is a bad vulnerability, log4j is all over the place.
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> Hanstra <hanstra at nd.edu>
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> *Subject:* [Archivesspace_Users_Group] log4j vulnerability in
> ArchivesSpace?
> There is a lot of buzz right now about the log4j exploit being used
> against Java applications. Does anyone know if ArchivesSpace is vulnerable
> to these exploits?
> Tom
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