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VMware: API that simplifies securing vitalized environments

On the day that Microsoft jumped into the burgeoning virtualization market, VMware -- the pioneer and industry leader in this technology -- announced Wednesday a new product that significantly enhances and simplifies securing virtual machines.
VMware advisory warns users to patch critical issue in product
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VMware patches five security vulnerabilities

VMware pushed out security updates covering five vulnerabilities that if exploited could lead to information disclosure or a denial of service situation. The important-rated vulnerabilities are CVE-2019-5540, CVE-2019-5541 and CVE-2019-5542 and impact VMware Workstation Pro / Player and VMware Fusion Pro/Fusion. CVE-2019-5541 covers an out-of-bounds write vulnerability in e1000e virtual network adapter that could lead…
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Attackers’ use of virtual machine to hide ransomware is a first, say researchers

Virtual machines are an important tool for threat analysts as they debug and investigate malware. But now there is a documented case of malicious cyber actors exploiting a VM to their advantage in an attempt to hide a Ragnar Locker ransomware attack. Researchers at Sophos, who uncovered the technique, claim that such trickery is a…
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Two vulnerabilities found in VMware virtualization products

Security researchers have uncovered a pair of vulnerabilities in VMware software, virtualization technology used to run multiple versions of an operating system on a single computer. One flaw affects a server version of the software, the other is found in desktop software.
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SEVered attack able to defeat AMD SEV

Several German researchers have shown a proof of concept attack indicating virtual machines using AMD's secure encrypted virtualization (SEV) are susceptible to being hacked.
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