Originally published at: Apache log4j Vulnerabilities CVE-2021-44228 and CVE-2021-45046 | InfluxData
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Thanks team, we use telegraf’s go module version: https://github.com/influxdata/telegraf/blob/v1.14.5 in our stack and we found the below hits when we searched for log4j in go mod cache folder ((~/go/pkg/mod) :
Per our assessment, it feels like the source code of these dependencies which are part of telegraf/go.mod at v1.14.5 · influxdata/telegraf · GitHub are getting downloaded into the go mod cache path (~/go/pkg/mod) but are not exercised at all in the go mod usage of telegraf as these are java code specific.
Please let us know if my understanding is correct on this. Let me know if you need more info.
We deleted those log4j files and could build and run telegraf binary without issues, so believe those are coming as part of src code and not needed at build and runtime per our assessment earlier.
Hope my understanding is correct here.