By now, you’ve heard about the Log4j vulnerability that can allow unauthenticated, remote code execution and access to servers.
Browsium has always had tools to mitigate the known and enable the business to handle what comes up.
Browsium manages Java version and settings for both web-based applets and browser launched jlnp apps, which gives you a broad mitigation pathway.
Log4j was another example where you can enable protection in real-time and avoid the fire drill of finding and patching. We provide the tools to not only mitigate the Log4j vulnerability in web-based applications but also proactively prevent future threats.
Browsium Ion doesn’t require you to hunt down the known vulnerable applications. Browsium Proton makes the discovery of these exploits easier to discover. With Ion, you can easily enable the new configuration and provide blanket mitigation for all Ion-managed Java instances.
Threats like LOG4J are covered effortlessly with Browsium.
We provide the tools to not only mitigate the Log4j vulnerability in web-based applications but also proactively prevent future threats.