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In this video i share how the log4shell vulnerability is affecting vmware vcenter server appliances and how you can pacth to fix this vulnerability
Apply the workaround for Log4J to your VMWare vCenter appliance. This covers vulnerability VMSA-2021-0028, CVE-2021-44228. You will need PuTTY and WinSCP for this. #################################################################### FOLLOW ME: - ► Instagram: 🤍 ► Twitter: 🤍 ► Website: 🤍 ► Subscribe: 🤍 VIDEO EQUIPMENT (Affiliate Links): - ► Logitech Brio - 🤍 ► Fuji X-T4: 🤍 ► Lumecube: 🤍 ► Rode Go II Mic: 🤍 ► Elgato Stream Deck: 🤍 ► Elgato Key Light: 🤍 BUSINESS INQUIERIES: - contact🤍achubbard.com
This is a quick and important video to demonstrate the current workaround to mitigate the Apache Log4j vulnerability which is present within VMware vCenter Server Ensure that you check the list of affected VMware products from the advisory link: 🤍 The link above is updated quite frequently, so be sure to check it daily Another important link highlighting other software affected by Apache Log4j: 🤍 -=Recording Equipment=- Logictech C922x Pro - 🤍 Elgato Key Light Professional - 🤍 Green Screen - 🤍 Subscribe & never miss a Video - 🤍 Follow me on: Twitter - 🤍 #vmware #log4j
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Apply the updated workaround for Log4J to your VMWare vCenter appliance. This covers vulnerability VMSA-2021-0028, CVE-2021-45046. You will need PuTTY and WinSCP for this. VMWare KB87081 - 🤍 VMWare KB87088: 🤍 *Obsolete* #################################################################### FOLLOW ME: - ► Instagram: 🤍 ► Twitter: 🤍 ► Website: 🤍 ► Subscribe: 🤍 VIDEO EQUIPMENT (Affiliate Links): - ► Logitech Brio - 🤍 ► Fuji X-T4: 🤍 ► Lumecube: 🤍 ► Rode Go II Mic: 🤍 ► Elgato Stream Deck: 🤍 ► Elgato Key Light: 🤍 BUSINESS INQUIERIES: - contact🤍achubbard.com
The Apache Log4j vulnerability is a serious threat to enterprise security as it is found in many solutions across the board. In this video walkthrough, we take a look at how to mitigate the Log4j vulnerability in a VMware Horizon Connection server by uninstalling the web access components and then running a remediation script provided by VMware to remove the affected .jar files with the vulnerability. In the video, we follow along with the guidance found in the following VMware KB article: 🤍 Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 My blog: 🤍 _ Social Media: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Github: 🤍 Introduction - 0:00 Discussing the remdiation steps - 0:34 Downloading the remediation script - 2:38 Uninstalling the VMware Horizon Connection Server - 3:20 Reinstalling the VMware Horizon Connection Server without the Web Access component - 4:30 Running the remediation script to remove the Log4j vulnerability .jar files - 6:02 Concluding - 8:24 Take a look at how to remediate your Unified Access Gateways (UAGs) here: 🤍 Learn how to remediate your VMware vCenter Server Log4j vulnerability here: 🤍 Learn about which VMware products are affected by Log4j here: 🤍
Hi everyone. In this video I'll show you how to apply a workaround for the Log4J vulnerability to vmware vCenter. Links: vmware: 🤍 Putty: 🤍 WinSCP: 🤍 SFTP Path: shell /usr/libexec/sftp-server Commands: python /tmp/vmsa-2021-0028-kb87081.py #log4j #vmware #vcenter #vulnerability #CVE-2021-44228
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VMWare vCenter Log4j latest patch with log4j vc_mitigator Latest patch for vCenter log4j
The Log4j security vulnerability is a major security vulnerability affecting many different software solutions, including VMware vSphere and, in particular, vCenter Server. VMware has done a great job of providing automated scripts to implement the remediations in a consistent and non-human interaction type way to help reduce the number of errors and problems as a result. Remediating VMware vCenter Server for Log4j involves the following steps: 1) Download the Python script 2) Upload the script to your VCSA appliance 3) Change the mode of the script 4) Execute the Python shell script Read a detailed set of instructions and walkthrough on my blog post, posted here: 🤍 Read about other VMware products and services affected by Log4j and the workarounds as posted from VMware here: 🤍
Greetings friends, what a couple of great days we have been having, right? First the 0day vulnerability on Grafana, which I recommend you to upgrade to the latest version. And now Apache Log4j. I have been waiting to write about it, as the article would be focused on VMware Center, and I wanted to get to the bottom of it, and as you might be aware, the first fix was not enough, so VMware has announced another extra python Script. Official KBs to be informed So, at the moment you can find everything you need on the next two KB: 🤍 🤍 🤍
I publsihed the steps here too: 🤍 How to fix the Log4j vulnerability on Windows Server CVE-2021-44228 Apache Log4j Command to search for the file: Get-childitem -Path c:\ -Include log4j*.jar -File -Recurse -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | select Lastwritetime, directory, name | export-csv -append -notypeinformation c.csv Variable name:LOG4J_FORMAT_MSG_NO_LOOKUPS Variable value: true Powershell command to set the variable: [System.Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable('LOG4J_FORMAT_MSG_NO_LOOKUPS','true',[System.EnvironmentVariableTarget]::Machine)
This video goes into detail on how to perform application and platform mitigation of the Log4j CVEs using VMware Tanzu Application Service. Please note: This content is relevant as of 12/16/21 and could become outdated due to the ever-changing Log4j situation. Here are some additional resources regarding this vulnerability: High-level VMware Security Advisory: 🤍 Tanzu Application Service KB: 🤍 Operations Manager KB: 🤍 Buildpack KB: 🤍 Apache Lo4j security link: 🤍 Example java code: 🤍
Apache log4j vulnerability - Impact Assessment on VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) and associated components in a software defined data center Reference article: 🤍 CVE Reference: CVE-2021-44228 Advisory ID: VMSA-2021-0028 Synopsis: VMware Response to Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228)
🤍 - Workaround instructions to address CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046 in vRealize Automation and vRealize Orchestrator 8.x (87120) VMware Security Advisory - 🤍 VMware Response to Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities (CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046)
🤍 - Release notes 🤍 - Workaround instructions to address CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046 in vRealize Operations 8.x (87076) VMware Security Advisory - 🤍 VMware Response to Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities (CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046)
The Log4j vulnerability has caused leading organizations to scramble and patch their products, services, and internal systems. Learn more about the Log4j and VMware vCenter vulnerability. Watch as our team demonstrates how criminals can quickly exploit it to access vCenter using common tools. For more information on this exploit and remediation steps, read our Log4j exploit blog: 🤍 or sign-up for our community alerts.
🤍 - Release notes 🤍 - Workaround instructions to address CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046 in vRealize Log Insight (87089) VMware Security Advisory - 🤍 VMware Response to Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities (CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046)
🤍 - HW-150541: VMSA-2021-0028, VMSA-2021-0030 for VMware Identity Manager (CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046, CVE-2021-22056) (87185) 🤍 - Workaround Instructions to address CVE-2021-44228 in VMware Identity Manager 3.3.X (87093) VMware Security Advisory - 🤍 VMware Response to Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities (CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046)
Conti is pursuing lateral movement on vulnerable Log4j VMware vCenter servers, making them the first major ransomware gang revealed to be weaponizing the massive bug. The prolific Russian-speaking ransomware group on Wednesday began exploiting the Log4j vulnerability for initial access and lateral movement on VMware vCenter networks, according to a report from New York-based AdvIntel published Friday morning. Conti’s campaign resulted in the ransomware operator obtaining access to victim’s vCenter networks across the United States and Europe, AdvIntel said. “A week after the Log4j2 vulnerability became public, AdvIntel discovered the most concerning trend – the exploitation of the new [bug] by one of the most prolific organized ransomware groups – Conti,” AdvIntel wrote in a post Friday. “[The] Log4j2 vulnerability appears … for Conti at the moment when the syndicate has both the strategic intention and the capability to weaponize it for its ransomware goals.” [Related: Ransomware Gang Hijacking Log4j Bug To Hit Minecraft Servers] VMware is one of the most susceptible vendors to Log4j exploits, with the critical bug potentially allowing for remote code execution in nearly 40 of the Palo Alto, Calif.-based virtualization giant’s tools. The company disclosed that both the Windows-based and virtual vCenter appliances have vulnerable Log4j code as does the vCenter Cloud Gateway, with patches not yet available for any of these products. “A malicious actor with network access to an impacted VMware product may exploit these issues to gain full control of the target system,” VMware wrote in a security advisory first issued on Dec. 10. “Any service connected to the internet and not yet patched for the Log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) is vulnerable to hackers, and VMware strongly recommends immediate patching for Log4j,” according to a VMware statement released to CRN. Multiple Conti group members on Sunday expressed interest in exploiting the Log4j vulnerability as an initial attack vector, according to AdvIntel. A day later, AdvIntel said Conti initiated scanning activity in pursuit of initial access. The Conti group then tested the possibility of using the Log4j exploit in multiple use cases, including on Wednesday the targeting of VMware vCenter networks for lateral movement. AdvIntel said Conti used remote desktop protocol (RDP), VPN, or email attachments as their initial vector to compromise a network, and then took advantage to the Log4j vulnerability to move laterally on the network. Conti has already compromised target networks and exploited vulnerable Log4j machines to gain access to vCenter servers, according to AdvIntel. Specifically, AdvIntel said Conti capitalized on pre-existent Cobalt Strike sessions to access vCenter across U.S. and European victim networks. Cobalt Strike is a paid penetration testing product used by both the security community as well as a wide range of threat actors to perform intrusions with precision. “It is only a matter of time until Conti and possibly other groups will begin exploiting Log4j2 to its full capacity,” AdvIntel CEO Vitali Kremez and Head of Research Yelisey Boguslavskiy wrote in a ransomware advisory issued Friday. “It is recommended to patch the vulnerable system immediately and view the Log4j2 as a ransomware group exploitation vector.” VMware said it expects to fully address the critical vulnerability by updating log4j to version 2.16 in forthcoming releases of vCenter Server. But for now, the virtualization giant is offering workarounds that it cautions are “meant to be a temporary solution only,” according to VMware Knowledge Base articles updated yesterday and today. Conti plays an outsized role in today’s threat landscape due primarily to its scale, with tens of full-time members divided across several teams, according to AdvIntel. The ransomware group has made more than $150 million over the past six months and has a history of both searching for new attack surfaces and methods as well as leveraging exploits as an initial vector and for lateral movement, AdvIntel said. Specifically, AdvIntel said Conti exploits a Fortinet VPN vulnerability to go after unpatched devices as an initial attack vector and favors PrintNightmare for local privilege elevation and lateral movement on the compromised hosts. And since August, AdvIntel said Conti has employed many new attack methods: hidden RMM backdoors, new backup removal solutions, and an effort to revive the notorious Emotet. Bitdefender reported Monday that the new Khonsari ransomware family has been attempting to exploit the Log4j vulnerability against users running Windows operating systems. And on Wednesday, Microsoft reported that Minecraft customers running their own servers with a vulnerable version of Log4j have been hit with Khonsari ransomware. But Log4j wasn’t being exploited by the heavy hitters until now. “Hacker teams suspected to work for foreign governments and U.
Conti Ransomware Hitting VMware vCenter With Log4j Exploit Conti is pursuing lateral movement on vulnerable Log4j VMware vCenter servers, making them the first major ransomware gang revealed to be weaponizing the massive bug. The prolific Russian-speaking ransomware group on Wednesday began exploiting the Log4j vulnerability for initial access and lateral movement on VMware vCenter networks, according to a report from New York-based AdvIntel published Friday morning. VMware is one of the most susceptible vendors to Log4j exploits, with the critical bug potentially allowing for remote code execution in nearly 40 of the Palo Alto, Calif.-based virtualization giant’s tools. “A malicious actor with network access to an impacted VMware product may exploit these issues to gain full control of the target system,” VMware wrote in a security advisory first issued on Dec. 10. Specifically, AdvIntel said Conti exploits a Fortinet VPN vulnerability to go after unpatched devices as an initial attack vector and favors PrintNightmare for local privilege elevation and lateral movement on the compromised hosts.
VMware Response to Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities (CVE-2021-44228, CVE-2021-45046) 🤍
Source: 🤍 NHS Warns of Hackers Targeting Log4j Flaws in VMware Horizon cybersecur95🤍gmail.com
Due to Log4J some customers cannot upgrade to more current versions but they can apply the workaround scripts. In this session Joey Ware, Sr. Technical Account Manager, goes over how to use a PowerShell script to automate this process across your Horizon and UAG environment. 🤍 🤍
Huntress discovered a Log4j threat to VMware Horizon we realized that there‘s a lot more going on and this was affecting VMware Horizon Koehler said the threat is very much ongoing. Huntress continues to dig into the vulnerability and found a few other attack methods in doing so. he said. He said the threat advisory has a huntress MSPs should remain on high alert after a Log4j vulnerability was found on VMware Horizon servers last week. That‘s why it’s really important for a lot of these MSPs There’s always going to be something out there and you really need to have that layer of security. economic impact on MSPs as 10 percent of the servers Huntress monitors were compromised. Antivirus is protecting against a lot of the threats some MSPs installed Huntress platforms on their VMware Horizon servers. Although there is evidence that this started around Christmas so an attacker basically edited the file to come back later
Workaround instructions to address Log4J vunerabilities / Log4Shell in vCentre vSphere Appliance as per VMware article: 🤍
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This video demonstrates CVE-2021-21974 - a remote code execution bug in VMware ESXi servers. A vulnerability in the Service Location Protocol (SLP) service allows an attacker to gain root on a system. It can also be leveraged for a guest-to-host escape. For full details on the bug used in this video, read the blog at: 🤍
In early April VMware released patches for remote code execution and authentication bypass vulnerabilities against multiple VMWare products, including VMware Workspace ONE Access, VMWare identity Manager, vRealize Automation, Cloud Foundation, and vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager. Per VMware’s adversaries with network access to these appliances could lead to exploitation. The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released an Alert stating that a “trusted third party” has identified this vulnerability as being exploited in the wild. Publicly available Proof-of-Concept exploits are appearing on Github generating an even greater sense of urgency to patch vulnerable versions. Learn more here: 🤍 Learn more about Lacework: Website: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Blog: 🤍
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Python code on ESXi servers takes less than three hours to complete ransomware attack from initial breach to encryption. Stan Nurilov and George Graziano of the AT&T Chief Security Office discuss the week's top cybersecurity news, and share news on the current trends of malware, spam, and internet anomalies observed on the AT&T Network. Originally recorded on October 12, 2021 AT&T ThreatTraq welcomes your e-mail questions and feedback at attthreattraq🤍list.att.com
Critical vulnerabilities in Apache Log4j identified by CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046 have been publicly disclosed which impact VMware products. On this episode of Virtually Speaking, we welcome VMware's Bob Plankers to share what you need to know about Apache Log4j. - - - - - - - - - - - - - Links Mentioned - - - - - - - - - - - - - - VMSA-2021-0028 & Log4j: What You Need to Know 🤍 - VMSA-2021-0028: Questions & Answers 🤍 - Sign up for security advisories 🤍 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 🎙 Listen to the audio version of this episode 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - Connect - - - - - - - - - - - - - 🎯 Subscribe Instagram 🤍virtuallyspeaking Twitter 🤍virtspeaking Facebook /groups/virtuallyspeaking Main Site 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - The Podcast - - - - - - - - - - - - The Virtually Speaking Podcast is a technical podcast dedicated to discussing VMware topics related to storage and availability. In each episode, Pete Flecha and John Nicholson bring in various subject matter experts from VMware and within the industry to discuss their respective areas of expertise. If you’re new to the Virtually Speaking Podcast check out all episodes on vSpeakingPodcast.com and follow on Twitter 🤍VirtSpeaking.