Response and Info on Log4j Vulnerability

Response and Info on Log4j Vulnerability

All versions of DocuNECT (both on premise and in the OnDemand cloud) are built on a Microsoft software stack and do not utilize log4j and are not affected by the log4j vulnerability (Wall Street Journal article).
Note, the following lifecycle applications (built on the DocuNECT technology are also unaffected):

- Loan eVault
- Loan eLifecycle
- eLifecycle for FinTech
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