If you're running any software, especially web server applications, that uses Log4j versions from 2.0-beta9 through 2.12.1 and 2.13.0 through 2.15.0, kindly contact the respective software vendor for a patch or mitigation. For more details on mitigation, refer to this document.
To detect your network systems with web server installations that are affected by this vulnerability,
1) Log in to the Vulnerability Manager Plus web console.
2) Navigate to Threats > Web server misconfigurations
3) Search for "Apache Log4j Vulnerability (CVE-2021-45046)" to find affected Windows systems and "Apache Log4j Vulnerability (CVE-2021-45046) For Linux" to find affected Linux systems.
4) Under the affected systems column, you'll get a total count of systems affected by this vulnerability.
5) Clicking on it will reveal the affected systems.
6) To view the exact web server installations on those systems that are affected by this vulnerability, click on the web server misconfiguration count available for each system.
For pgsql setup: Select H.HARDENINGNAME as "Hardening Name",H.DESCRIPTION as "Description",H.FIXDESCRIPTION as "Resolution", hgd.name as "Category", STRING_AGG(distinct(rwh.FilePath),', ') as "File Path", pms.name as "Severity",STRING_AGG(distinct(Resource.name),', ') as Computer_Name from ResourceToWebHardening RWH inner join Hardening H on RWH.HardeningId=H.HardeningId inner join HardeningToGroupRel hgr on h.HardeningId=hgr.hardeningId inner join HardeningGroupDetails hgd on hgr.GroupId=hgd.GroupId inner join Resource on RWH.Resource_Id=Resource.Resource_Id inner join PMSeverity pms on H.Severity=pms.SeverityId where H.HardeningId in (380,1152) GROUP BY H.HARDENINGNAME,H.DESCRIPTION,H.FIXDESCRIPTION ,hgd.name,pms.name
For MSSQL setup: