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  1. Attackers scan for vulnerable VMware servers after PoC exploit release After security researchers have developed and published proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit code targeting a critical vCenter remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability, attackers are now actively scanning for vulnerable Internet-exposed VMware servers. The scanning activity was spotted by threat intelligence company Bad Packets just one day after VMware patched the critical vulnerability. Thousands of unpatched vCenter servers are still reachable over the Internet, according to i
  2. VMware fixes critical RCE bug in all default vCenter installs VMware has addressed a critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in the vCenter Server virtual infrastructure management platform that may allow attackers to potentially take control of affected systems. vCenter Server helps IT admins manage virtualized hosts and virtual machines within enterprise environments via a single console. Critical RCE scoring almost a perfect severity score The privately reported vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2021-21972 and it was rated with a CVSSv3
  3. The NSA Warns That Russia Is Attacking Remote Work Platforms A vulnerability in VMWare has prompted a warning that companies—and government agencies—need to patch as soon as possible. Remote work has provided no shortage of opportunities for cyberattacks—most recently, from state-sponsored Russian hackers.Photograph: Yifei Fang/Getty Images Throughout 2020, an unprecedented portion of the world's office workers have been forced to work from h
  4. A previous fix for the critical remote code execution bug was “incomplete,” according to VMware. VMware issued an updated fix for a critical-severity remote code execution flaw in its ESXi hypervisor products. Wednesday’s VMware advisory said updated patch versions were available after it was discovered the previous patch, released Oct. 20, did not completely address the vulnerability. That’s because certain versions that were affected were not previously covered in the earlier update. “Updated patch versions in the response matrix of
  5. Buyers aren't super-keen to jump through geopolitical hoops VMworld The US-China trade war has made more trouble for VMware's business in Asia than the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Duncan Hewett, Virtzilla's senior vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ). Speaking to The Register as part of this year's virtual VMworld, Hewett said the trade war has caused "some challenges" and that "both sides" are contributing to the strife. "The Chinese government is putting increased requirements on customers on how the
  6. How to install VMware Tools on guest operating system VMware is among the well-known virtual machine software. It allows you to install a package of utilities called VMware Tools. By installing this package, you will get quite better performance related to graphics, sound, and management. If you want to install VMware Tools on a guest operating system, you can follow this article to learn the steps. Sometimes some features of VMware may not work without the VMware Tools package. Therefore, it is quite important to install that in case you are using Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, an
  7. VMware aims for security market, launches service defined firewall VMware is taking its visibility into infrastructure, applications and cloud and applying it to the firewall market. VMware is wading more into the IT security market with a software defined strategy that rhymes with how the company approached the data center and network markets. Pat Gelsinger, VMware's CEO, will deliver a keynote at the RSA Conference Thursday. RSA and VMware are both owned by Dell Technologies.
  8. Pwn2Own 2019 – Apple Safari, VirtualBox, VMware Hacked – Ethical Hackers Earned $240,000 by Submitting Zero-day’s Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) vulnerability research contest Pwn2Own 2019 Successfully started its first-day contest and the team of researchers earned $240,000 in the first day alone for the successful zero-day Submissions. Trend Micro announced $1 million in cash and prizes through the contest for the researchers who submit the zero days the specific platform including virtualization platforms, enterprise applications, web browsers, a
  9. Yesterday VMware demonstrated a pre-release version of VMware Workstation with early support for the Windows Hypervisor Platform in the What's New in VMware Fusion and VMware Workstation session at VMworld. In Windows 10 we have introduced many security features that utilize the Windows Hypervisor. Credential Guard, Windows Defender Application Guard, and Virtualization Based Security all utilize the Windows Hypervisor. At the same time, new Developer features like Windows Server Containers and the WSL 2 both utilize the Windows Hypervisor. This has made it challengin
  10. Another dumb block: MS induced “VMware Workstation Pro can’t run on Windows” I just heard about this from Office Watch, but checking around, it’s also described on Tenforums and on the VMWare blog. When you install any of the recent cumulative updates for Win10 1903 (the third cumulative update for September, or any of the three cumulative updates in October, including the most recent one), Windows starts blocking older versions of VMWare. The reason? MS removed VMWare from the Windows Application Compatibility database. Apparently VMWare ve
  11. VMware has addressed a denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2018-6957, in its Workstation 12.x and 14.x and Fusion 10.1.1. and 10.x on OS X products. The affected VMware solutions can be attacked by opening a large number of VNC sessions. The DoS vulnerability was discovered by Lilith Wyatt of Cisco Talos, the flaw could be exploited on Workstation and Fusion only if the VNC has been manually enabled. VNC implementation in VMware solutions is used for remote management purposes. “VMware Workstation and Fusion contain a denial-of-
  12. StarWind V2V Converter makes migration between different hardware sets easier, supporting Windows Repair Mode during conversion to VHDX. This way the VM automatically adapts to the given hardware environment, negating any compatibility problems. StarWind V2V Converter works with all the most commonly used VM formats: VMDK, VHD/VHDX, StarWind native IMG, QCOW. It works both ways, converting from and to any selected format, thus having better functionality than similar converters. StarWind V2V Converter allows easily converting VM formats directly from one hypervisor to another
  13. Why Choose VMware Workstation? Winner of more than 50 industry awards, VMware Workstation is recognized for its broad operating system support, rich user experience, comprehensive feature set and high performance. It's the perfect companion for any technical professional that values applications built by engineers, for engineers. What’s New in Workstation? VMware Workstation 9 continues VMware’s tradition of delivering the virtual hardware that technical professionals deserve and rely on every day. With support for Windows 8, restricted VMs, Open GL support for Linux and a new web interface to
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