Patch VMware vulnerabilities, admins urged

ESXi, Workstation Pro/Player, Fusion Pro/Fusion and Cloud Foundation affected

John Leonard
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Patch VMware vulnerabilities, admins urged
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Patch VMware vulnerabilities, admins urged

Systems administrators are being urged to patch or deploy workarounds for four vulnerabilities in VMware virtualisation software.

The vulnerabilities are found in VMware ESXi, VMware Workstation Pro/Player, VMware Fusion Pro/Fusion and VMware Cloud Foundation. Most affect USB controllers, and combined they can amount to a fla...

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