Evidence of a log4j attack found - Now what?

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  • log4shell-tool

    Log4Shell Enumeration, Mitigation and Attack Detection Tool

    Start with confirming that an incident took place. My five-minute understanding of Datto's ComStore log4shell tool is that it does two things:

  • signature-base

    YARA signature and IOC database for my scanners and tools

    Uses these YARA rules to read JAR, LOG, and TXT files on the system, throwing warnings if any log4shell-looking payloads are found based on those various rules.

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