VMware Alerts Users About 3 Critical Vulnerabilities
VMware has released fixes for three significant vulnerabilities that affect its core products, vCenter Server and ESXi. The at-risk versions begin at 5.0 and go through the latest version of vCenter Server, which is 6.0
VMware has released a security advisory that alerts users of the problems and encourages immediate downloads of patches. The first one discussed is a flaw with VMware ESXi OpenSLP Remote Code Execution, that could let an unauthenticated attacker execute code remotely on an ESXi host. ESXi is VMware’s hypervisor. ESXi versions 5.0, 5.1 and 5.5 are vulnerable, while the newest version, 6.0, isn’t affected. A separate patch has been created for each version.
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