LOG4j and other crap …
If you read about this, hear about it, and it becomes an item in the workplace, I admit, we got a little worried about our network. As big fans of ubiquity equipment, we have a dream machine to help us stay as safe as possible from the big bad internet. If you look in the logs of the dream machine you sometimes doe not believe what you see.
Above is a small example of what we see from day to day. Attempts to gain access to the router, our websites etc. from all over the world. This should be made punishable by law. If you think about it, it is the digital equivalent of someone trying to pick the lock of your front door . . .
And how many people that have internet connections, who doesn’t nowadays, is sufficiently protected against these persons with questions intentions, as we once learned the hard way. So our advice is to either take some protection from your provider, or get a decent router to put the extra locks on your digital front door.
In any case, by the looks of it we seem to be safe from this log4j stuff. Until now we have seen only one entry in the dreammachine logs where someone tried to use it too gain administrator privilege. Also we stay on top of the updates to remain as secure as possible.