Log4Shell Aftermath: Should Big Tech Pay to Secure Open Source?
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Log4Shell Aftermath: Should Big Tech Pay to Secure Open Source?

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

VIDEO INDEX:
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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