Resolving log4j Vulnerabilities
This process involves replacing the current log4j with a compatible alternative that addresses the reported vulnerabilities.
This process involves replacing the current log4j with a compatible alternative that addresses the reported vulnerabilities. It is important to proceed with caution and run a test before proceeding with the replacement. The following instructions aim to make the update as seamless as possible.
There are two files that need to be removed from the same folder, and then you will place the attached library/file into that same folder.
Steps to stop the OMNIA:
Server App and Running as a Service
OMNIA running as a Service
1. Go to Services
2. Right Click OMNIA Service, Stop the OMNIA Service
1. Before starting, ensure that your OMNIA Server is completely turned off. You can check this by clicking the small arrow on the bottom right corner of your taskbar.
2. Once clicked, you will see the OMNIA Server icon if it is running.
3. Right-click on the image and select “Exit.”
4. Click on the “Yes” option in the dialog box that appears.
5. Click on the small arrow again and make sure you no longer see the OMNIA Server logo. It may take a minute for it to shut down completely.
Steps to upgrade your OMNIA system:
1. Remove the highlighted files mentioned below. These files can be found in the default install location of OMNIA, which is also highlighted in the image provided. If you have installed OMNIA in a different location, navigate to that location and go into the version folder (the name of the version folder may vary depending on your update/installation history).
Note: It is recommended to copy these files to another location so that you can revert to the original state if any unforeseen problems occur.
2. Once the highlighted libraries are deleted, please copy and paste the library/file from the downloadable zip found at this link:
You have now successfully updated your log4j and can start up the OMNIA Service or the OMNIA Server App again.
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