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Not Much Hyperventilating Over Hacker’s Hypervisor Code Theft

April 27, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Hacker Hardcore Charlie says he’s managed to get his hands on source code for VMware’s ESX hypervisor. If released in full, it could theoretically put some users at risk. Any threat will likely be most pronounced in cloud deployments; however, “these solutions tend to be a bit more resilient than most,” said analyst Rob Enderle. “Right now, this is more of a nuisance than anything else.”

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