ColorLogic Applications Are Not Affected by the Log4j Vulnerability
16 December 2021
We have been made aware of a wide spread security risk with a library ‘log4j’ used for logging in many applications worldwide.
Do note that if you use other applications in combination with ColorLogic applications, that we cannot check the vulnerability of those 3rd party applications. Please contact your vendors separately.
We do whatever we can to secure our products, so rest assured that you are safe to use ColorLogic applications.
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