Detect Log4J Vulnerability

Bionic reverse engineers your application artifacts and gives you a complete SBOM
that you can query to identify vulnerabilities like Log4J and prioritize fixes based on business context.

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How Bionic Detects Log4J Vulnerability

Agentless Scan Creates Real-Time SBOM

Bionic collects all of your application artifacts and reverse engineers them in order to build a complete and accurate SBOM in real-time. Whenever a code change is made, Bionic re-scans your application.

Passively re-scan the application artifacts when change occurs

Build complete asset inventory in real-time

Integrate SBOM to build real-time CMDB

Query Asset Inventory for Vulnerabilities

Bionic creates an asset inventory in real-time, and gives you the power to search for anything that lives within your application ecosystem. The query engine gives you the ability to locate where the Log4J vulnerability lives within your application architecture, which version is being used, and what kinds of services that library is interacting with.

Query asset inventory and identify services with Log4J vulnerability

Locate services containing Log4J vulnerability on application map

Prioritize Based on Potential Architecture Risk

Bionic not only provides you with an SBOM and asset inventory, but then maps all of your application assets based on the application logic. This provides you with context into how your services are interacting. When you identify which services contain Log4J vulnerabilities, you can prioritize which vulnerabilities are most critical based on that context (eg: services interacting with PII data).

Visualize what services containing Log4J vulnerabilities are interacting with

Prioritize which vulnerabilities to fix based on application logic & context

Notify engineering & security teams of vulnerabilities for remediation

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