Apparently, the patch for the first vulnerability was "incomplete."
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The Apache Software Foundation published a new Log4j patch late on Friday after discovering issues with 2.16.
More than 50 million T-Mobile customers were affected by the hack and about 48 million social security number were accessed.
Experts had been warning for weeks that there would be issues resulting from the expiration of root CA certificates provided by Lets Encrypt.
As attacks exploiting the Log4j flaw evolve, experts worry about how long it will take organizations will respond.
They cited the Mother's Day weekend attack on Colonial Pipeline, the Memorial Day weekend attack on major meat processor JBS as well as the July 4 Kaseya attack.
Experts said the fix offered limited protection and is only a stop-gap solution.
The GPC allows users to tell websites not to sell or share their personal data.
Two Ukrainian agencies said their computers were wiped due to a larger attack on government systems.
US Cybercom says mass exploitation of Atlassian Confluence vulnerability 'ongoing and expected to accelerate'
IT leaders have taken to Twitter to confirm that the exploitation is ongoing globally.