|Author||Stephane Asselin & Paul O’Doherty|
|Costs (UK) Amazon||Book Format = £33.99
Kindle Format = £17:79
Just three advisories this week, and this is one for those that are running VMware View.
|Synopsis:||VMware View privilege escalation and cross-site scripting|
|Updated on:||2012-03-15 (initial advisory)|
|CVE numbers:||CVE-2012-1508, CVE-2012-1509, CVE-2012-1510, CVE-2012-1511|
VMware have been touting all over twitter today about an issue but not actually informing us what it was, there have been rather cryptic warning about about a Issue with ESX U2 and VDI, now these warning have been going out since early morning UK time and it is now 8pm UK time and finally:
Liquidware Labs are to release their next version of the award winning software “Stratusphere”, this company have had nothing but stellar growth since I first became aware of them at VMworld 2009, I cannot believe that the product is now at 4.6. Continue reading “Liquidware labs reach 4.6.”
Things seem to have been a little quite on the Sec advisory front lately, well to be fair that is a good thing, however I received this one this morning and as is traditional, here it is in full.
As you are aware I work in the VDI marketspace and utilize a significant about of VMware View in my solutions.
To follow on from my previous VMware View posts here as promised is part 2,
With the release of View 3 VMware have added a couple of killer features, today I will attempt to explain Linked Clones. first some basics. Continue reading “Linked Clones, what are they”
As I have already posted, today VMware released their latest VDI software package. VMWare View 3
I have just noticed that to acutally use the new features of Desktop Composer and Offline Desktop current users will have to purchase an upgrade license to Premier View. Continue reading “VMware View 3 – Licensing Nightmare.”
I have just upgraded my Beta build of View 3 to GA and I can say on the whole I was pretty impressed. Continue reading “Installing View”