Cisco Log4j2 Vulnerability on one of Cisco Domains
Dear Cisco and community,
UpGuard notified us that one of Cisco's Domain "ccrcmagoutletfe-prod-alln.cisco.com", IP is "126.96.36.199" is vulnerable to Log4j2. I was not able to find anything on Cisco's website in regards to this. I want to confirm if this is the case? It shows that that domain/URL goes to Https://outlet.cisco.com/us . Does anyone know if this affects customers? what is this URL/IP is for, is it really just for outlet or buying stuff?
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