Critical Severity

Security Bulletin: Apache Log4J vulnerabilities affect IBM Cloud Object Storage Systems – ClevOS (CVE-2021-44228)

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A vulnerability was found in the Java logging library Apache Log4j. IBM Cloud Object Storage Systems ClevOS versions 3.14.3.68 and 3.14.4.47 and newer are running Java code that adddresses remote code execution risk, but may still experience side effects of attacks to exploit this vulnerability such as downloads of external files, device hangs and latency. IBM Cloud Object Storage Systems ClevOS versions older than 3.14.3.68 and 3.14.4.47 do not employ Java code that effectively addresses remote code execution.

CVE(s): CVE-2021-44228

Affected product(s) and affected version(s):

Affected Product(s) Affected Version(s)
IBM Cloud Object Storage Systems 

Long Term Support Release – 3.16.0.47 and  Prior 3.16.0 Releases

Active Release – 3.16.1.39 and Prior 3.16.1 Releases

Refer to the following reference URLs for remediation and additional vulnerability details:  
Source Bulletin: https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/node/6525840
X-Force Database: https://exchange.xforce.ibmcloud.com/vulnerabilities/214921

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