There are multiple rules to protect against the exploitation of the highly publicized Spring4Shell vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution. Spring is a popular framework used to develop Java applications. Snort SIDs 30790 - 30793, 59388 and 59416 can detect this activity.
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