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log4j impact on bamboo plugins


pls provide the impact of log4j issue on below bamboo plugins

Stellarity SoftwarePowerShell Task for Bamboo (Server)
AutoTestingToolsUFT for Bamboo for Bamboo (Server)
Mibex Software GmbHSonar for Bamboo for Bamboo (Server)

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Dec 15, 2021

Apps are affected because they use Bamboo's log4j implementation, they don't re-invent the wheel.

See for more.

Exactly, most apps will use Bamboo's logging infrastructure, so the Atlassian report applies.

This applies for our Sonar for Bamboo Server as well.

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Sergey Podobry _Stellarity Software_
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Dec 15, 2021

PowerShell Task for Bamboo (Server) uses Bamboo's log4j facility and doesn't make any changes to it, adds JMS Appender or includes javax.jms API in the CLASSPATH. So you're safe unless someone has write access to the Bamboo's file.

Also read FAQ for CVE-2021-44228 from Atlassian.

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