RE: Log4Shell 0-day exploit

Active scanners looking for this vulnerability

There are reports of bots actively scanning for this exploit, and we can see them in UX Forms’ logs.

Inbound requests attempting the exploit

No impact on UX Forms

The good news is that no components in UX Forms have any version of log4j in their classpath, either as a first-degree or transitive dependency. Therefore no components of UX Forms are at risk from this exploit.

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