AKCP, the world’s oldest and largest supplier of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions has scanned all their hardware and software platforms for the latest Log4j vulnerability.
Log4j is a critical vulnerability affecting a wide range of software platforms and devices. Discovered on December 8th 2021 it has affected a number of applications including the game Minecraft and Apple iCloud. The vulnerability is found in Apache Log4j 2, a Java logging library.
This vulnerability has been a cause for concern for many companies worldwide. AKCP, as a supplier of environmental monitoring devices to the world’s data centers, banks, government agencies and military have implemented a review of all their hardware and software platforms.
AKCP confirmed that none of their products utilize Java or are exposed to this vulnerability. In addition AKCP has scanned all of its products using the Nessus scanning tools from Tenable. The results of this scan are published on the AKCP website on the following link
Due to the sensitive nature of the facilities in which AKCP equipment is installed, AKCP performs a monthly scan of all platforms and software and publishes these results.
AKCP established in the USA in 1981, has 30+ years experience in professional sensor solutions. AKCP created the market for networked temperature, environmental and power monitoring in the data center. Today with over 150 employees and 200,000 installations, AKCP is the world’s oldest and largest manufacturer of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions.