Jayshreepatel
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Discover Open Source & Log4j

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Does  Flexera have a paper on the  discovery of Open Source Software & in particular for Log4J

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mfranz
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There is a great article on how to use the FNMS agent file scan to identify problematic log4j files: https://community.flexera.com/t5/FlexNet-Manager-Blog/Finding-installations-of-Apache-Log4j-or-other-files-on/ba-p/217513

This might have limits if OSS is highly integrated, like code-wise.

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ChrisG
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Here are some other resources related to Log4j that you may find interesting reading:

In terms of discovery of open source software components that are included in other software, the following info may be helpful: What is Software Composition Analysis?

 

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mfranz
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There is a great article on how to use the FNMS agent file scan to identify problematic log4j files: https://community.flexera.com/t5/FlexNet-Manager-Blog/Finding-installations-of-Apache-Log4j-or-other-files-on/ba-p/217513

This might have limits if OSS is highly integrated, like code-wise.

Softline Group is Europe's leading independent expert in Software Asset Management.
Jayshreepatel
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Thank you 

 

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ChrisG
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Here are some other resources related to Log4j that you may find interesting reading:

In terms of discovery of open source software components that are included in other software, the following info may be helpful: What is Software Composition Analysis?

 

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