VMware fixes two new vulnerabilities, CISA orders federal agencies to patch immediately

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VMware fixes two new vulnerabilities

Bugs affecting Workspace ONE Access, VMware Identity Manager (vIDM), and vRealize Automation (vRA) should be patched immediately, VMware says

VMware has released patches to address two security flaws that impact Workspace ONE Access, Identity Manager, and other VMware products and could be used to compromise enterprise networks. The U...

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