We’ve had a few questions from customers asking about the recent Log4j vulnerability.
What is the Log4j vulnerability?
Log4j is a Java library distributed by Apache Software Foundation. On December 9, 2021, developers discovered a security flaw that allows attackers to take control of a remote computer. This vulnerability is officially known as the CVE-2021-44228 zero-day vulnerability.
Does Wahsega use Log4j?
Wahsega does not use log4j and there is no JAVA code in any Wahsega products, hardware or software. All Wahsega products, hardware and software, including our Carina platform are NOT susceptible to the log4j vulnerability.
Wahsega is immune from all log4j malware attacks.
School staff can now quickly and easily change school bell schedules. IT admins can authorize individual school staff with Scheduler Only access, and much more with Carina 2.5.
Wahsega has been named as one of Atlanta’s “Best Places to Work” in the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 15th annual ranking of 100 metro area companies.
Wahsega returned to our first in-person conference at the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) in Orlando, FL. Joey Gullo and Vince Johnson provided Carina platform demos and spoke with SROs about the challenges and opportunities they face today.