The Log4j vulnerability called Log4Shell is impacting nearly every big tech company. The industry makes trillions off of Apache’s open source software yet records show the Apache Foundation received only $2 million from the industry to fund their operations. Is it time they invest more in securing open source software? See more like this: http://lon.tv/ww and subscribe! http://lon.tv/s
00:00 – Intro
00:53 – What is LOG4J?
01:36 – Log4Shell Vulnerability
02:13 – Timeline of the Log4Shell exploit
03:06 – Apple’s Vulnerability
04:15 – FTC Response and Minimal Federal Privacy Regulations
07:21 – FTC Warning on Open Source Vulnerability
08:27 – The industry gave Apache only $2 million last year
09:52 – Question: Should Big Tech Pay for Open Source?
10:23 – Supporter Thank Yous
11:13 – Helping The Channel
11:33 – My Other Channels
12:37 – Conclusion
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