On Wed, Dec 15, 2021 at 12:17 AM Gad Miron <gadmiron@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Thanks David and thanks S.Frostie

Now, what do I do with the 41 objects found?

Repeating from an earlier posting:

The log4j jars typically have rev numbers associated with them.
Are they log4j2.x? if so you should examine.
jar -tf foo.jar shows you all the classes in foo.jar.
Is JndiLookup.class in there? That's the naughty.
If they're log4j1.x they're out of date and have their own (unrelated)
But again, Java puts archives inside archives.
You have to unpack .ear and .war files and see if they have a log4j*.jar
file inside.

"It's complicated."

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