The Log4Shell vulnerability has been a global concern of late. This is a very concerning vulnerability that affects many products and services.
MHS has worked diligently to identify any systems that may be potentially exposed and have taken all necessary steps to guard them. Concurrently, we have a strong process in place to actively monitor the network for attacks or attempts to compromise our environment. MHS is also working closely with our partners to ensure they continue to be diligent and proactive.
As of Wednesday, December 15, all MHS systems have been reviewed and the Log4Shell vulnerability has been mitigated both within our internal systems as well as in vendor provided technology and services. MHS has conducted an independent review and audit, validated with our strategic partners, and with perimeter monitoring and other alerts in place, MHS can now confirm that our customers are not at risk from the Log4Shell defect.
For more information, refer to the NIST National Vulnerability Database located at the following link: https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2021-44228
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