Log4j Patch

Resolve the RCE vulnerability caused by JNDI lookup in log4j 2.0~2.14.1. This library is placed in the public domain
and you can use it at will.

The principle of the library is simple: It provides an empty JndiLookup to override the implementation in log4j.

All you need to do is add it to the front of the classpath to disable JNDI lookup and avoid RCE vulnerabilities. It is
compiled using java 6 and is compatible with all current Java versions.

You can download it directly from GitHub
release: log4j-patch-1.0.jar.

Adding patch to your build

If you are using Maven/Gradle/SBT, adding it as the first dependency should solve the problem (To be tested).
I have publish it to JitPack and should publish it to Maven central soon. At present, please add
JitPack repository first:




repositories {
    maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }

Gradle Kotlin DSL:

repositories {
    maven(url = "https://jitpack.io")

Then, add a dependency on it:



dependencies {
    implementation 'org.glavo:log4j-patch:1.0'

Gradle Kotlin DSL:

dependencies {


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