How cut-and-pasted programming is putting the internet and society at risk | John Naughton A vulnerability has been exposed in Minecraft, the bestselling video game of all time – and the security implications outside the world of gaming are vast Log4Shell: Cybersecurity experts debate concern over potential Log4j worm | ZDNetSome said a worm weaponizing the vulnerability was their "greatest concern" while others dismissed fears about it as "overblown." Log4j flaw: 10 questions you need to be asking | ZDNetNSCS warns that the Log4j flaw won't be fixed overnight and that defenders could suffer burnout during the process. Google unleashes security 'fuzzer' on Log4Shell bug in open-source software | ZDNetOSS-Fuzz is now on the lookout for Log4j Java library flaw. Major tech companies struggle to plug holes in logging softwareSome of the world’s largest technology companies are still struggling to make their products safe from a gaping vulnerability in common logging software a week after hackers began trying to exploit it. Log4j flaw: Nearly half of corporate networks have been targeted by attackers trying to use this vulnerability | ZDNetCybersecurity researchers warn on the growing pace of scans and attempted attacks looking to exploit the Java logging library security flaw. Log4j open-source flaw has put millions of systems at riskExperts say the flaw leaves hundreds of millions of systems vulnerable to attack. Log4j is patched, but the exploits are just getting started"As soon as I saw how you could exploit it, it was horrifying."