Autodesk Software & Log4J Vulnerability

Autodesk has issued an updated statement on the Log4J Vulnerability which surfaced in December 2021.

‘Autodesk is aware of the recently discovered Apache Log4j security vulnerabilities. We have protection and defence strategies in place to identify and remediate any impacted Autodesk products, services or systems as the need arises. At this time, we have not identified any compromises in the Autodesk environment due to these vulnerabilities. Currently, there are no actions for Autodesk customers to take.’

An extended article on this matter can be found here.  If the risk to software has been ‘mitigated’, the product or service has been patched or the appropriate mitigation steps have been taken to minimise the risk to customers and their data.

Please ensure your software remains up to date and any relevant updates (e.g. licensing updates) are carried out as and when they become available.  Pentagon Support Team will be here to help with any issues you may have.

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